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fantastic writing style and moving evocation of life in Alas
Very thorough Perl reference set.
Predominant Theme: Women over 30 who have never married
Seminar in a book
Probably the best book I've ever read.
More than 5 Stars!
Keeps you wanting MORE BECKY!!!!
Ultimate shell reference.
Some are missing the point
You Won't Put It Down
Classic, perfect for the Muppet enthusiast!
Couldn't Put It Down!
Fabulous, Funny, Wonderful!
The resource I've been waiting for!
Bold and Encouraging
Warning: Stock the fridge before you read these books
A Book Left Untouched
Helped attachment process
Just As Good As the Others!!
Read this before buy!
Excellent Bedtime Reading
Rolling Stone's seriel of "A Man in Full" is a great tease.
One of the Top 10 Guitar Books
Murder Mystery Thriller + Voyage to the Past
Vintage Scarpetta, Vintage Cornwell - her best to date!
Muy buena referencia
5 stars this was a great book!
Mckinily has done it.... created the ultimite series.
My Favorite Fantasy Series!
5stars for Sharon's Snapper
Strength & Spirit Unite!
Life after 40
Its about time
An excellent book for the beginner investor.
Intense. I couldn't put it down!
Kissing Tennessee: Stories for real teens
Perhaps one of the greatest mystery novels
James Reese Brings A Wonderful Intensity To His Readers!
Juster has created not just a story, but a family heirloom!
Rich, Romantic, Heartwarming
This book is Julia Quinn at her best. Not only can she write a story that has both humor and wit but she can create a touching scene in just a few words. Pulling on your heartstrings in one paragraph and then making you cry with laughter in another! The friendship between Simon and Daphne was wonderful to read and the attraction from the word go was exciting to watch explode. I also think I know who the mysterious Author is but I don't want to spoil it for anyone! I can't wait to read Anthony's story ... it is sure to be a fabulous read!If you enjoyed this book keep your eyes peeled for Julia Quinn's earlier books Splendid, Dancing At Midnight (which are soon to be re-released) and Minx! Each book is funnier than the next! Julia Quinn is priceless and perfection all rolled into one!
The Best Techy Intro to ISDN & SS7
Binding: Textbook Binding
This is the best introductory technical book on ISDN and SS7 I've seen. I first came across it when I was writing software that handled ISDN connections, and found the ISDN spec (aka Q.931) pretty impenetrable. This book gave me enough background to deal with it. Recently I've been working on SS7 software, and once again found Black's book provides a solid grounding, getting you ready to read the specs for the gorey details.It's small enough to read the whole thing, and yet it goes into enough detail to really explain what's up.
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Uyless D. Black
I Loved This Book
This book was a truely good book. No joke. I had to read it for school and I figured it'd be like every other "good book", like to kill a mockingbird. this book is simply good. Its the best book i've ever read. I could identify with this book more than anything else in my entire life. I'm a 15 year old kid and I loved it. I give it my best reccomendations but be ready to think about the stuff he says its truely deep.
Publisher: Little, Brown
All muscians deserve to be in this sort of book.
I have read and re-read Solo and am so pleased that Marc and Emma have finally done justice to the best of the curent music world. All the women in the book are writers as well as performers and, what the photographs and interviews in Solo portray, is that these women are real people too. I am sick of reading tainted rock-goddess interviews with flashy, floozy photographs to match. The solo text is well written, intelligable and accessible. The photographs are wonderfully human as well as artistic. There is alot of valuable information about women, society and the pressures of life in this book and I hope alot of young people read it. I also hope Marc and Emma continue their partnership and produce many more books of this quality. Well done.
Great book that gives German view of how it REALLY happened.
Major Knappe records in riveting details the hardships encountered by the Wehrmacht (being careful to point out that most were not Nazi party members) in WWII. Most American readers would not believe the difficulties the Germans endured particularly on the Eastern Front, and the tragic toll the war took on all of Germany. Knappe concludes his story with his recount of his years in Soviet confinement AFTER the war, a fate shared by countless German soldiers, and one which the majority of whom never survived.This is one book any serious student of history should read - it covers a lot that the American historians will never tell you.