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Well this android game is decent I guess. I played the android game on my sister phone and it was SO much more fun. Create the android game like IOS please. IOS has targets to hit and you obtain recentered after skipping when you land. The android game on here is horrible quality if you know what the iPhone quality of this android game is.
Would be alot better if you increase the fall time like the iOS. It also doesn't recenter the ball after landing so I end up going backwards. The graphics are lower quality compared to iOS and it's alot easier to ride the street then the iOS version. This ruins the excitement of, "jumping," please fix this is really like to have fun this game.
I found this to be a warmly written, highly emotional read that really delivers. I've liked a lot of of Catherine McKenzie's books but I think this has to be my favourite so far. I love her writing style and it's not a lot of who can make a high level of suspense within such a few short pages, and fuel that suspense throughout the entire novel without it breaking. My heart was in my mouth so often and it's definitely, for me at least, one of those books that even as you read, you catch your mind racing in every direction trying to piece together the info and respond questions that you can't shake.I couldn't place this book down, both times. It went everywhere with me (yes, I was even that crazy person sitting outside the shop in the minivan, in -10c temperatures, reading away because I couldn't bear to place the book down long enough to join my husband in the store). The author skillfully draws out the story as well as leading the reader on an emotional roller-coaster which brought tears more than a few times. It's a highly charged, smart read that brings so much to mind regarding grief, and unresolved issues, but also with regard to ethics. For me, Hidden is now a favourite that will be re-read often. While it's been days since I latest read it, the characters are very much still on my mind. I love characters that haunt.
One of the things that’s compelling about McKenzie’s work is that each book is distinct from her others. They are all unique. What’s special about this story isn’t simply that it alternates points of view between various characters—lots of novels do that—but that one of the narrators, Jeff, is killed in chapter one, yet he continues throughout the book to tell his part of the story. His point of view helps explain why it’s not just his wife, Claire, who is grieving, but a coworker who lives a few hours away, is book goes back and forth in time—the show in which Claire is planning and then attending the funeral, back to work happenings that happened a few days or weeks or a year prior to Jeff’s untimely e relationships between the characters are complex and nuanced. Claire begins to suspect that there may have been something more between Jeff and Tish than simply working for the same company, even if they worked at various branches. Claire has her 12-year-old son, Tish has a doctor husband and a precocious 11-year-old daughter. We, the readers, are also unclear throughout the book if Tish and Jeff simply enjoyed emailing each other and being together at work retreats, or if something more was going on—something that could destroy both their ter the initial shock of Claire’s husband dying in a vehicle accident and dealing with the funeral and the endless stream of people telling her how sorry they are for her loss, Claire becomes obsessed with finding out if the love she shared with Jeff was real, or was he also in love with another woman? She is dealing with her own grief and her complicated past with Jeff’s brother—who has largely been estranged and living in Australia for years but comes back for the is is a complex book about the choices we create with relationships, with love, with family, and with ourselves.
What can I say, I am a Catherine McKenzie fan. But not all her works are equal. Like any author you see her writing become better with each book. So Hidden is a mature story of the complexity of relationships and the repercussions of our private e story is narrated by three various voices, and I love this kind of narration because I know how hard it is to write this way. The story has a steady pace, and you are hooked on to know the respond which doesn’t come until the very latest herine has done a amazing job at showing the complexities relationships. Every relationship, past and show makes us the people we are and the people we become. Our past experiences shape our future relationships with each other and others around us.I just loved some of the lines from this book:"But, of course, everyone has regrets. Loose ends. Things they could do if they had more time.""That I'd been letting life act itself out on me when I should have been directing it.""Everyone says that, but we all lie about things. Small things, huge things. We all hold items hidden. And the longer you're with someone, the more items there is like that, I think. That doesn't mean he didn't love me, or wasn't amazing to me in other ways. So it created me think. Maybe honesty isn't always the best policy. Because him telling me about it was selfish. The only person it was going to create feel any better was him. So maybe if you create a mistake, you have to live with it by yourself, and that's how you fix it."
When it comes to cheating, there are varying opinions on whether you should break your partner's heart by coming clean or hold it to yourself and let guilt to be your isolating punishment. I say it depends. Is cheating a chronic problem for you? That needs to be discussed. Have you place your partner at risk of an STD? That absolutely needs to be discussed. Other than that? Just don't. At least don't if the only reason is to relieve yourself of guilt because that makes you an @#$%!&?. You've brought the person who chose you and only you down in a hole with you and only the very resilient ones obtain out intact. Real forgiveness is not a natural trait found (or earned) easily these days. In Hidden, Catherine McKenzie shows how these choices look both externally and internally, and different forms of infidelity were explored. There's the physical crossing of boundaries obviously, but there's also that tricky emotional infidelity which can be far more destructive than a one-time act. I liked that Ms. McKenzie explored this debate with such grace and thoroughness, but I didn't search the book as a whole to be incredibly engaging. But...I firmly believe this story was written to provoke thought and not necessarily for entertainment value and when you think, you gain perspective and grow. There is ALWAYS value in that. Check it out!My favorite quote:"It’s so easy, even in this day of suspicion and privacy, to search someone if they’re not careful. It’s so simple to lose someone too."
Another really amazing story!! The storyline isn't special but the method it's written, the insight from all the basic characters, and the end...the questions left for the reader to ponder and respond for themselves... makes this a very special and various reading experience!! The characters are so clearly developed and defined and their voices so individual and real to their creation that you will love them all, faults and all! It's often heartbreaking but in different ways and for different reasons but there's some satisfaction at the end. And the reader is left with a sense of finality even as their thoughts dwell on unanswered questions for their own lives.
Despite the topic matter, this was a nice romantic escape. There were some unresolved problems and some challenges regarding plausibility with certain aspects of the story, but it is a fast read that speaks to anyone who may have, at one time or another, wondered if there is a excellent match for them in the world. How would you proceed upon meeting that person after you've married and started a family with someone else? The romance is sweetly handled, and the structure of the story is well crafted.
Hidden is the most latest novel by Catherine McKenzie. A very interesting story! Something is definitely hidden between three people: Jeff, his wife Claire, and Patricia. So what are they hiding? How engrossing is this story?Synopsis:John is not looking forward to what he has to do. He has to fire a colleague who has mentored him. While Tish (Patricia) can advise him as a member of Human Resources at the company they both work for. They work at a company that is located in two Springfields. John's choices will affect both women in his life. Claire is his wife and the mother of their son. Then there is Tish Underhill the wife of Brian and her daughter Zoey. So who do they all relate to one another in this story? There are a lot of ways because his death causes paths to cross that may or may not give answers to both Claire and Thoughts:I am a fan of Catherine's work. I liked Hidden! I found the story interesting especially the method she chose to tell it. It is told from three various perspectives of: Jeff, Claire, and Patricia or Tish. The story is told in first person by each character. The question becomes can you hold the info straight? The story deserves to be taken apart with a fine tooth comb.I didn't search as a lot of hooks in the story to hold me interested as I have with her previous novels. I would probably have to go back and read more myself. I actually found myself wanting to war for the hero of Patricia. Her story won me over and how she strove to move ry interesting read!
Catherine McKenzie weaves a tale of secrets kept in her recent book HIDDEN. Jeff Manning [email protected]#$%! by a vehicle while walking home from work and leaves two women devastated. One, his wife Claire, is left to struggle with this unimaginable loss while at the same time helping their son Seth search his method through his own suffering. The other, Jeff’s co-worker Julie, is faced with hiding her grief and at the same time burying her secret before anyone discovers it.Written in the voices of main characters Jeff, Claire, and Tish, this book is brimming with emotion and excitement. Even though Jeff dies at the beginning of the book, his explanations interposed in this way, bring clarity to the story. HIDDEN is about the complexity of relationships – good, bad, and everything in between.I am an ardent fan of Catherine McKenzie, and have read all of her fabulous books. HIDDEN is a masterpiece! It is carefully crafted with a story line and characters that left me mesmerized. HIDDEN is a book you will carry with you everywhere you go until you read the latest words. I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a truly absorbing read. I give it five stars.
I was going to give this book 3 stars because to me all 3 characters sounded the same, especially the two women. I am a huge fan of books written in first person from various view points, I have read every Jody Picoult novel, but in "Hidden" Beth and Claire sound like the same person, you can only tell through context who is talking. The reason why I gave it four stars after all, was that a amazing book is one that captivates you and that you finish in a short period of time. I read this book in two days because I really wanted to know what happened. And - unlike a lot of of the negative reviewers, I absolutely loved the epilogue! First of all because I didn't expect it, I was totally surprised and I love unpredictable endings - there aren't enough of them in literature today, and second of all, because it was real, it created sense. Life isn't about happily ever after and everyone doing their amazing deeds and behaving perfectly according to (whose anyway?) moral standards - this is items for fairy tales. The epilogue was what really tied the story together "Hidden" is not prize winning material in my opinion, but a very nice read for cold winter nights or a sunny beach.
"But, of course, everyone has regrets. Loose ends. Things they could do if they had more time." (Hidden, ebook pg 103)Catherine McKenzie has spun a tale that is still resonating with me. She wrote what is was like to have to face a loss and to create life work under a fresh and uncarted set of circumstances. When Claire loses her husband, Jeff, expectedly her life is turned upside down. But, when she has an encounter with one of Jeff's co-worker at Jeff's funeral her life takes another unexpected detour down a street she may wished she never explored."I've spent a lot of time thinking about this, too much probably, and I don't think that poor actions erase amazing ones. Not really." (Hidden, ebook pg 278)We all too often just go along with life, not wanting to upset the order of things. Not really wanting to discovering what may lie ahead. Hidden explores what happens when people create choices, how each choice affects others in ways we may never had intended. How we, at times, are forces to move ahead and take the reins in our own fresh reality."That I'd been letting life act itself out on me when I should have been directing it." (Hidden, ebook pg 139)How a lot of of us want we could go back and unlearn something that was completly unexpected and rocks our globe to the core. Hidden explores what is the best about literature; human relationships at their best and worst, complexities in marriages, the impact of loss and how every action has a consequence."Everyone says that, but we all lie about things. Small things, huge things. We all hold items hidden. And the longer you're with someone, the more items there is like that, I think. That doesn't mean he didn't love me, or wasn't amazing to me in other ways. So it created me think. Maybe honesty is isn't always the best policy. Because him telling me about it was selfish. The only person it was going to create feel any better was him. So maybe if you create a mistake, you have to live with it by yourself, and that's how you fix it." (Hidden, ebook pg 278)5 stars!!!!