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My dad collects beer signs so I got this for him as a gift.. he said it was a amazing book to read through. It's just the history about the beer and marketing for it. Idk why the other review was so upset about it not having prices... Why would it? If that's why you are looking for don't this book.
Avia: This book has an perfect and captivating view on the Holocaust that I had never seen before. The characters in Train pull you in on a story that you can't support but to obtain invested in. It shows off the defiance and truth that can create you only hope for a satisfied ending.Ann: My 14-year-old (above) characterized this book as "the best Holocaust book I've ever read." Both of us were captivated and couldn't place it down. And, while there are few "happy endings" in Holocaust literature, the story is told without explicit descriptions that might be traumatic for younger (and older) readers. Train is a unbelievable blend of attractive hero development and incredibly engaging story-telling. In addition, Cohen draws an necessary and small known historical picture of persecution suffered not only by Jews, but also by men, the Roma, and the disabled, and aptly weaves together the lives of people experiencing the Holocaust from a dozens of perspectives. The historical happenings described that the characters live through are ones that were, in huge part, unfamiliar to me and likely will be for other readers, and so, in addition to an perfect piece of fiction, Train is a amazing educational tool.We highly recommend Train to youth and adult readers alike.
I'm a fitness trainer for diabetic Native Americans and I like how they break down nutrition and training, so that it can fit into a diabetic lifestyle. Even though this is not geared towards diabetics but it can slid into that category. For my self, I like how Jim and his squad give good, quality, sound advice. I've got 2 problems so far and I've read both at least 4 times a piece and took study notes. I cant quit looking at them over and over again. The supplement tip is great, cause I like to look into every supplement that I take and I take it very seriously. If your a beginner, or advanced or in between this magazine is for everybody. Its not an M&F, its a true muscle, training, body building, cross fit, etc. magazine, its got it all. I recommend it to every one.
This is an perfect book about this. In time. It is a book that is for younger readers but also works for adults as well. The characters are well defined and you care a lot about what happens to them. I highly recommend this book for readers from teens on up. It is beautifully written and crafted storytelling I look forward to more by this author!
It's strange to describe Holocaust literature as "MUST READ" leisure reading, but that's the case for this awesome book by Danny Cohen. With it's gripping, action-packed narrative blending stories and experiences from various but intertwined groups targeted by the Nazis during WWII, TRAIN illuminates previously dark corners of history in ways that speak to contemporary audiences of all ages. TRAIN follows the lives, loves, and sorrows of a diverse group of young people trying to simply live life in Berlin during the war, providing a foundational history lesson about the era and politics of life within Germany under the Reich. I thought I understood what there was to know about the Holocaust until I read this book and saw through Cohen's characters the often neglected narratives of the range of groups targeted by Hitler and the a lot of ways in which people reacted to those persecutions with both cruelty and kindness. TRAIN lessons on humanity not just from the pages of history, but also for today as people across the USA test to understand and reach across the invisible cultural lines that sometimes divide AIN is a non-stop page turner that created me laugh, cry, gasp, miss a train stop, and stay up long past my t only is it a 5 star reading adventure, this is THE book about the Holocaust that the next generation of readers will be reading.
My dear mate Danny wrote this book, and while excited to read his work I was nervous to begin. What if I didn't like it? How do you tell a close friend, "Er, well, about that book you wrote...yeah, well...i just couldn't obtain into it". Well, this was NOT that book, and I'm extremely proud to call Danny a mate and have him produce such an AMAZING book. Of course, I have all the other feelings one would expect after reading a book about the Holocaust...but some fresh ones thrown in there as well. We all know the not good fate of the Jews living under Hitler's control at that time, but Danny sheds light on others who suffered related fates: from other ethnic minorities, those in the community, and even the disabled. The story is told through the eyes of a group of mostly teenagers - the characters were extremely compelling, the storytelling was riveting, and the fact that the happenings were all based on historical research really makes one stop and think when finishing the story. Awesome job, Danny! (My mom also read this immediately after I did, based on my enthusiastic recommendation...and she told me it was a "five star" book as well...)
TRAIN was an awesome read. I really had problem putting it down. Danny Cohen made characters with depth and set them in the horrors of Nazi Berlin. His writing felt real to the historic reality and engaged me as I anxiously followed the twists and turns of the plot. I really felt connected to the characters' fates. Highly recommended for readers of all ages.
My step dad like most guys LOVES beer. I got this for him to read when he comes over and he said it's one of the best bonuses he's ever got. He said it's simple to read and understand, full of beer knowledge, and is planning to create his own beer from the recipes :)
My fiancé and I are beer connoisseurs. I have been thinking about learning about how to brew at home for a while but never got around to doing it. After reading this book, I think I can handle this task with ease without breaking the bank. I honestly didn't think the process is this easy, but after doing some more online research, I found out yes it is that easy. The author I think did a amazing job making it simple to understand the whole process. I will begin off with 2 of the recipes he shared in the book first and see how it goes
I always thought making beer at home would cost thousands of dollars worth of equipment and supplies, but this book truly opened my eyes and mind. To begin out none of those equipment are required and anyone can do it at home really. It sure was a "Duhh" moment for me. I am glad I found this book.
In Mexico, we love our beer and we love to have fun. I have never thought about brewing my own till I saw this book. Thought to myself what a amazing idea! I can do it.Long story short, I followed the instructions on how to create the Belgian dubbel and yes!! It worked!! Only thing is it didn't taste as sweet as I was hoping it would, but maybe I was expecting too much. Anyway, its a amazing book, I give it two thumbs method up.
I want I had found this book before I spent hundreds of dollars on all grain setup. This book explains how everything can be done at a very low budget which is what I needed. I must say this is an eye opening knowledge, Ron explains it in a very simple to understand manner which are simple enough to follow as well.
Amazing application for anyone serving beer. THat being said the magic number is 1984 amazing college children can for education with this application Got my first job in beer telling boss I took party 101 and throw out #s at him got job ONE LAST THING PLEASE BE RESPONSIBLE
It could be a bit better as people have mentioned before but it's not glitchy and awful. Most locations use untapped here in Houston and IMHO digital pour is method better than untapped as far as displaying and owner side. But untapped has that beer rating system that people love. Pros and cons.
This could be so much better if you could choose your favorite place(s) and then choose your favorite beers (or mark them) at those places. It would support plan your habit better that way! The sort function seems too busy or wonky and would also like to see a method to sort by fresh beers (if there is one, it's hard to find). Create some improvements to obtain more stars!
Not sure what's wrong. Application asked for zone but shows entire world? How the eff do I see areas near me? Edit: application showed zone AFTER re-starting. If the application asks for location, you'd think it would automatically set itself to your location. If you have to manually move to your location, why even ask for zone in the first place? In any case, it did work after restarting and showed, sadly, the apparently only 2 areas in Austin, TX that are part of the app. Oh, well.
Amazing if you don't mind the large ads There is an enormous, flashing ad banner that is annoying as heck right on top of the screen. No option to to remove it, no method to obtain rid of it. It is a HUGE eyesore. I know you have to the bills, but don't ruin the application in the process.
Amazing application to search and hold track of the countless beers that are now on offer. Still yet to use it in to search and test out "verified venues". Trying to obtain my mates on it. Only downside is that its not the easiest application to navigate.
The application is dependent on accurate positioning from GPS, or, failing that, geolocation from IP address. This means that it cannot be used in a pub where the roof and walls block the GPS signal - it thinks I am in Yorkshire or Birmingham, when I am in pubs in Reading or Winchester, and these are too far away from where I am to let me to select my venue. Please sort out the zone sensing.
I'm a beer buyer at a bar. I used Beer Menus for a year before switching. I begged and begged Beer Menus for an Android device app. It came: too small too late. 5.8 million people might visit your website, but 50,000 downloads versus Untappd's more than a million, it's a clear choice, and Beer Menus isn't it.
This is a amazing application for both a beer enthusiast and a bar manager. I use this application numerous times a week to promote my bar's beers and to search other amazing beers that are available in my area. As a business user the insights feature gives me a amazing look at what beer customers are hunting for
I've been exploring various beers such as San Miguel, Red Stripe and Anchor Steam since I was old enough to drink in 1970, drinking Guinness stout since I discovered it at a local pub in about 1973, and microbrews since the early eighties. I search the book to be informative, but with gaps. His recommendations completely ignore some of my favorites, such as Smithwick's, created in Ireland by Guiness, the McMenamins beers, and as another reviewer noted, appears to be biased towards west coast beers. I'm biased towards west coast beers as well, but that doesn't mean that I don't eant to learn about others.
When I bought this, it had no descriptions of anything being wrong with it… When it arrived it had writing on the inside as a dedication to somebody… I contacted the seller and they returned my money, which is one of the reasons why am giving five stars. The book itself has a lot of interesting information… it is a very amazing book for anyone who loves beer.