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I had the opportunity to read a wide selection of books this summer. Feel free to comment below. What did you think of them? This book widened my comprehension of how Americans view death and spurred me to ask some questions about how I want to be cared for and how I can care for others.
Not a pick-me-up read, but a good read. While I found much of the book dry, there were several juicy bits of geometric complexity which made the spacial-manipulation part of my brain quite content.
A good read for students who will be taking calculus and linear algebra. Two books by Eion Colfer: The Atlantis Complex Artemis Fowl: The Artemis Fowl series was the first of these.
I loved the interplay between Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon, boy-genius Artemis, and the assembled cast of quirky characters including the flatulent dwarf Mulch Diggums and the tech-geek centaur Foally. To the fence-sitting reader, I say read it!
Seeds of Rebellion Beyonders: I listened to the audio books. I have decided that I prefer to read Brandon Mull, rather than listen. I found myself constantly annoyed with his tendency to always choose thesaurus synonyms rather than the normal word. To those considering reading these books, I would recommend you read them if you are already a Brandon Mull fan.
The Rogue Knight Five Kingdoms: Crystal Keepers Five Kingdoms: Brandon Mull has created a really fun world with fun Easter eggs from his other works. I am excited to read the final book in the series, coming soon.
It was quirky and fresh with a wonderful comic book vibe. This was the most artful book I read this summer.
Lewis In this book C. Lewis confronts hard questions about the place of suffering in a world created by a benevolent God. The masterful Christian apologist, Lewis lays out his ideas behind such topics as the fall of Adam and Eve, how pain and suffering differ, and the purpose of suffering.
I enjoyed his straight-forward, honest reasoning, as well as the chance to view the world through his eyes and understand him better.
Lewis In this lighthearted work, C. Lewis gives the reader a sneaky view into the personal letters of two devils, one junior and one senior, who are tasked with the temptation and corruption of man.
I loved the variety and keen perception of the letters in this book. For those in the mood for a light—but discerning—read, I highly recommend this book.
Best nonfiction of the summer. I found this book incredibly practical with whole slews of pertinent examples across many styles of writing. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to polish their writing skills and not spend too much time doing so.
What did you read this summer?Hello! My name is Dreamafter! I, not to brag, know almost everything about Artemis Fowl.
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"Hailey-Comet" even manages to mangle AOL's trademark "You've got mail," something that just astounds me. Sep 05, · The Artemis Fowl series was the first of these. Eion Colfer’s strength lies in his humor. I loved the interplay between Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon, boy-genius Artemis, and the assembled cast of quirky characters including the flatulent .