Review: What can I say, The Dresden files has it all. Easily one of the best series I know with great characters, outstanding action, twisted and amusing plots, and more good and bad humor than you can shake a stick at. This version has enough of the books to really get you started! Read more
Review: First I have to say that the Dresden Files are among the best written fantasy series I have ever read. I give the books an unqualified recommendation to anyone who is remotely interested in fantasy, noir detective fiction, first person action, or just good stories.
I am writing this mostly to point out the absurdity of the pricing on this collection. A prior reviewer has already pointed out that it's cheaper to go the traditional book route with the Dresden Files - either mass market pape... Read more
Review: I'm sure that if you buy and read this book that you'll find some inspiration to cheer you on your daily path. It just wasn't my cup-of-tea, so-to-speak and not exactly what I need currently in my life. Book is well-prepared with no editing errors so reading it is a pleasure without having to deal with the hiccups of misspelled words or alot of fluff to fill the pages. Read more
Review: This is a witty, inspiring, awkward, smile forming, laugh out loud inducing book. I did not want to put the book down. I read before I go to sleep at night and I would tell myself "Just one more chapter and I'll stop reading." But I would fall asleep reading, wake up in the middle of the night curled up with my kindle, and start reading again! This is the best book I have read in a long time! Read more
Review: i am only giving this 4 stars.
Not because of the research. It is spot on. Its due to the blanket assumption that this rage is directed to all blacks in America.
Middle and Upper middle class black built an insular society parallel to middle and upper middle class whites after slavery. When Jim Crow laws became too invasive, the fight for desegration began. Middle class women didn't ride the buses in Montgomery, but it had to be one because a pregnant girl or a dark skinned poor one was a ... Read more
Review: I am a big believer in developing habits and I believe in small steps (mini habits) grow into bigger better habits. Author talks too much about himself and not enough about how to do it. It's OK but I have had other books that have motivated me much more. Read more
Review: The first book was the four agreements. This book should be how the author came to know them. It's more of a personal journey meant to inspire us to do the same. However, when compared to the first this book is lacking in may areas. Read more
Review: More in depth and alternate explanation of The Four Agreements along with a 5th agreement which I aspire to. Wonderful insight and a great help on my journey to sing Doe Rae Mi. Can't get enough of Don Miguel Ruiz ❤️ I look forward to reading the rest of his publications and to becoming the messenger of love, light, and truth that I know I'm here for. I would and have recommended this book to everyone Read more
Review: I love, love, love this book so much that I got my lazy ass up to actually write a review for once! To go a significant amount of time without buying stuff is something that I have thought about for a while and yet never actually made the step, because WHAT IF I REALLY NEED SOMETHING or more importantly won't this suck most of the fun out of my life?
As Cait seems to be just a lot neater version of myself (could identify with her former binging habits when it came to food AND series), her... Read more