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interesting concept having a ghost of a man who just died listening to his relatives talk about him at his funeral. wow fred has ptsd from ww1 causing him to be locked away for the rest of his life,and to create matters worst most of his relatives base his life by the untruths told by his hateful sister in law. makes me wonder what my relatives will say about me at my funeral. this story is interesting but it does drag on slowly at times. the author's math on fred's age is off thru out the story,example,fred is born in 1896 but he joins the troops at 18 in 1916!
Good. It is absolutely ridiculous that this application requires you to write a review or it will not allow you finish the book. Although I did have fun the book I am only writing a review for the application so it can be completed. It’s a short and simple read, I read it on the Kindle application on my phone after I had surgery for something to do. I will look for related books because it was such an simple read and yet had a special twist.
One of my favourite language-learning apps along with Duolingo, French Verb Master, Clozemaster, Quizlet and Lingvist. How can I import fresh language pairs? I had a look at the GitHub page but couldn't search any instructions. I would like French-Spanish (i.e. for a Spaniard learning French).
A "crazy" uncle and a "pushy" woman. But, have any of us taken the time to dig deeper ... to really know them? Unfortunately, no. And that's the secret within this novella-here they both live each managing to tell their own stories through one another's jaundiced eye. Highy recommended. And, give Viola a bit of sympathy too. Fred isn't the only old soul with a sad story at this funeral.
From one writer to another I thought that it was a beautiful neat thing to utilize real-life letters from the author's uncle as a basis for this piece. I liked the concept of looking back and seeing how people really feel about you or how small they actually know about your life but that it is too late to correct it or ensure they are getting accurate info after you are gone. The piece was well written but it lost me in some of the transitions and in its conclusion. The hallmark of a novella - what's next? It stops here? - You wish something more that you just aren't going to Fred's story unfolded I felt an overwhelming sadness for him and for everything that he had endured in his life. He had been misunderstood and when he returned from the battle dealing with PTSD he was sent away to an asylum. I hated that his family really knew so small about him and how disconnected from them all he was. It really created me sit back and ask if I died today how a lot of people really know me and whose narrative of me would they take as fact if they didn't know for themselves?Day's execution with this story was spot on and I feel that she is a amazing writer. Her descriptions and storytelling were very attractive to read with only the ending really hanging me up as a reader. It's not to her fault as sometimes this is just the end but I would recommend it to others. It is an necessary read and a real insight into a life of a man who could be the life of any man who has served.
This is an elegant book accompanying the Metropolitan Museum's exhibit of the same name. It retells Herbert Winlock's 1941 out-of-print acc of the mystrious material found in a pit in the Valley of the Kings a decade before Tutankhamen's tomb was discovered there in 1922. Winlock's analysis is meticulously updated with current scholarship by Dorothea Arnold, and spectacularly illustrated with quite glorious fresh photographs. But don't expect lots of gold and fabulous wealth. The considerable material is intimate, rather common, quite humble, but it brings us touchingly close to the most popular young king in the world. Few books concerning Tutankhamen are presented more beautifully or told more thoughtfully.
Have you ever pondered the stories of some of uour distant relatives? How did they end where they did? What happenings changed their lives so that their paths were so various than others?Fred's Funeral gives some insight into one man, who was a mystery to his relatives. A fascinating read!
This is by far the best language learning application I have ever seen. I have reviewed tons of apps and www services for learning a language, and as a teacher I have tried a lot of various methods. This application is unrivaled in its combination of simplicity and efficiency. Thank you so much for creating it.
I've been listening to Amba's STF since it came out (about a month now), and it continues to grow on me. I'll confess I wasn't feeling some of the tracks at first, but after a couple of listening sessions, the layers kept peeling back and the depth of lyricism, delivery and notice kept popping off! Definitely a must have. I'd rate this as his 2nd best solo effort, after Christology (which is a classic in a league of its own).Besides Up/Down and Mind Created Up, Favor is one of my favorites. In fact, it caused me to check out some of CaJo's work too (I never felt motivated to cop one of Canton Jone's CD's, but now after his stint on STF, I picked up Dominionaire). Ambassador doesn't shy away from using himself (and his very public fall) as the talking point for a lot of this album, but even better, he takes us through a amazing lyrical tour of how God's grace is for us all and as long as there's breath in our bodies, God can Stop the Funeral!All in all, a solid champion here. You won't go wrong picking Stop the Funeral up.
I am about two-thirds of the method through it. Although the review of the grammar rules is helpful, I am surprised to search a lot of typos. I've noticed that this seems to be a issue with a lot of of the Kindle books in this range. While I'm satisfied to be able to books at a reasonable rate it's discouraging to be distracted by grammatical and proofreading errors. Of all the books published, ones that talk about grammar and language should be error free.
This album bangs for the first four songs and it's utterly refreshing to hear Amba's clean, concise, direct and versatile delivery on the tracks in which he has escaped the formula of going 80% east-coast ad 20% something else. The track selection is diverse and he manages it well (hooks are assassin and the feat. selection is perfect. Huge ups to Sean S. on Obtain With Us - my goodness! Also Melissa T. on Bring You Out - she goes in!!).Even his normal m.o. (classic Amba candence) sounds more heart-felt here. He is obviously bringing something to hip hop that we don't see in the world: coming back from a situation created public and helping the listener learn from his own mistakes (Crumbs is a instant classic - nobody can bring it like that) and still chasing God regardless. For me..this is his second best work (please cop Christology is you haven't - must have in your collection).This CD will minister to you..if you allow it. Amba has something to say..that needs to be said in the Christian hip hop industry. God has saved us...and in the salvation he disciplines, restores, and reestablishes. This is a amazing season for Amba...he sounds refreshed, recharged, refocused on this ablum - all the method through. He goes in on Obtain with Us, Pop pop pop, Bring you out, Talk this way, A - M, and Mind Created Up (I got Bring You Out on repeat). Duece was never gone..he was exactly where God required him to be...so he could unpack what he learned in the valley on a CD like this. His discipline isn't comfortable but it's important to conform us further into His image. Glory to te: It is really various not hearing other CM artist rapping along side Amba but important in this season he is in.
To have Ambassador back and in full result is very refreshing to say the least. His sound theological perspective coupled with his unmatched lyrical wordplay is on full display here. You can feel the humility in songs like " Up/ Down", "Crumbs". I really love this album!!
The lyrics are sound and the beats are hot. I love Ambassador because he has always had a powerful theological stance. In this album, seeing as it is his comeback after his incident, you see him not backing down from the same notice he was saying before, that everything is all about Christ. I am thankful for that. As he continues to glorify God I know God will be with him, and as long as he walks with Christ I will help him.
A lyrical masterpiece this album is not. However through repeated listens I've noticed the rhyme schemes Ambassador uses are more advanced than most main stream rap is album is one of the most inspiring albums I've ever listened to, regardless of genre. Every track on this album is worth a listen to. I'm not usually a fan of southern bangers, but even those tracks sucked me in this time. The song "Up Down" is my private favorite. Sure it has small flaws here and there, but those might just be private is album is touching and heartfelt and I would recommend it anyone.Edit: The more I listen to this album, the better I realize the lyricism is.
The pronunciations were off so often I decided to stop using it. In the gardening section the guy says 'cultivo' as if saying @#$%!ivo'. In the same gardening section there's a woman who says 'centeno' as 'centAYno'. I looked up the actual pronunciation so I know for a fact this is definitely wrong. For fresh learners of [email protected]#$%! is so poor to teach them the wrong way of saying it, leading them astray!! Better to know nothing than having to unlearn the wrong method and then also the right way. Not good app!