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I used to work with PHP and CSS a small bit with my WordPress pages but never got any formal training for it. This was a amazing refresher for the PHP syntax and some of the other things I forgot to do (like embedding PHP). This will definitely come in use as a handy reference tutorial when I need it as I jump back into PHP. Recommended for anybody wanting to obtain a fast grasp on PHP fundamentals!
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I gave this three stars. When I rate a novel I compare the effect to what I think are the writer's intentions. So a first rate paranormal story, or a chick lit story written by someone who has happy all those requirements and entertained me might obtain five stars because the author did her job exceedingly well. 2A.M. at The Cat's Pajamas is an ambitious novel, beautifully written. But something is missing, and I am not sure what it is. It is a sad story and perhaps that was part of my objection. Though it ends on an up note, in the main, every hero is wounded, and in chronic pain. There is small relief and almost no exploration of their pain. Maybe I don't like unhappy novels, but I also don't think the author intended this book to be so stark. Every hero lives a life of isolated despair and seems resigned to living in a globe colourful largely in grey. Ironically the book is about a jazz club, jazz singers and musicians and even though their lives can be miserable on occasion, grey does not do them justice.
My daughter recommended this book as a fun, simple read and that's exactly what it was! The narrator, a young girl whose mother dies and father is in mourning to the point of ignoring her. She learns how to survive in some of the most unusual ways; it makes you laugh and cry at the same time.Her mother was a singer, who once performed at The Cat's Pajamas Nightclub, so of course, that's what she someday wants to llowing along on her journey that takes put in less than a year, is heartwarming. You want you could really meet the girl.
I thought I knew the ending, but I didn't. I thought I understood the message, but I didn't. Not until I finished the book. And then what a surprise and the euphoria of hope and amazing is is a wonderfully well written book full of quirky, interesting characters. The author does a amazing job weaving their backgrounds into the story to support us appreciate them, but not so much as to obtain in the method of the e basic plot is straightforward, but with secondary stories weaving in and out to build a tension that drives you to hold reading and turning the pages to see how the book is going to finish. And when you finish the book, you will realize the depth of what you just read, the enjoyment you took out of it and then wish to sit down and read it again.
You could have knocked me over with a feather. I expected a cute story about a kid. I got so much more. I highly recommend this book. The thing I like the most is the author’s awesome use of language. The thing I liked least was the episode near the end involving Mrs Santiago. I thought it struck a false chord in an otherwise delightful, uplifting story.
I have this book 4 stars because it wasn't OMG-one-of-the-BEST-BOOKS-I'VE-EVER-READ, but it was very powerful with an original style that I'd definitely recommend. I liked the structure of the story; the style; and how the characters intersected, interacted, and developed throughout the narrative. Amazing job! I'd be satisfied to read more from this talented author.
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If you’re like me, you’ve been waiting for a book like this for a long time -- hoping for it every time you begin a cover. Certainly ever since you closed your latest favorite Tom Robbins novel. Marie Helene Bertino is brilliant. New and funny, a sassy rule breaker who sets the formulaic forms of fiction on their ear and slaps on an irreverent cockroach and random daisies just to prove she meant it. Reading her book is like being taken by the hand through an ordinary life transformed into a landscape of delights -- even the heartbreak becomes a kind of magic. Beginning with the sensibilities of the lovely cigarette-smoking, lice infested, lonely ten-year-old, Madeline, we're introduced us to a succession of irresistible tender rag-tag loners over the course of a single extraordinary day which ends in a win so sweet and transcendent it puts ickiness to shame. You Hopeless? Run! Run away!! For the irreverent, the slightly cynical, the tired bored flippant weary of artifice and pseudo-wisdom, this book is for you. Buy it! Buy one for your favorite sister too.
Beautifully written, but confusing at times. I had a small problem keeping the secondary characters straight. But my favorite characters are a 9-year-old girl, a woman who looks after her, and her teacher. This book is essentially about love and loss and growing up, about first chances and second chances, and about hope for the future. It's worth reading.
This novel started out with so much promise - an interesting plot, a amazing young heroine and a cast of eccentric and loveable characters. It quickly devolved into something else entirely. I stayed with it until the end but was glad when it was over.
Was begining to be a really amazing app, but after the latest update, all the articles present a black background, and the words are so jumbled up, that it can't be read. Kind of like all the words are run together, even though the pictures display properly. I tried uninstalling, then reinstalling, but no joy. Hopefully this will be fixed in the next update.
this application was a five star application until about March 1st . Then my four year old cell phone could keep the pictures and the titles but not the text which was in an unreable black screen and the words were jumbled. I looked at this application almost every day for four years but since March 1st have not been able to read the text. Your latest revision was in late February please revise again to clear up the unreadable text problem. thank you.
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