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Prime and KU recommendations led me to reading this on KU. As this is part of my membership, I did not see a downside to taking a few minutes. However, this seems to be a poor translation to English or written by someone without a amazing grasp of the English language. On top of the language issue, the unique characters used seem to also be incorrect or confused, I.e., degree symbol vice percentage symbol. And, while yes, I believe most everyone has heard some form of these “home” recipes, there should be testing info available when publishing these types of tutorials to the public. How does the public know these are safe or actually valid as antibacterial or antiviral or even safe for food-preparation areas?
This is a really fine album - deeply felt and powerfully dark music. The man's eclectic musicology sneaks up on you - despite the spare production, it's aurally rich - the more I listen, the more I hear. My favorite search of 2015 and one of the most moving albums in my collection.
After taking a few chapters to obtain into it, I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the writers style. The various perspectives of the main characters provide an interesting method to take in the story. The story moves along at a quick pace and keeps you turning the pages. Once I got into it I found it hard to place down.
I didn't realize this was part of a series when I bought it, but it reads perfectly as a standalone story. Initially it was the title that caught my eye, but after both laughing out loud and empathizing with the characters within the first few chapters I was hooked. The pacing of this story is absolutely perfect, never dragging, but not so action-packed as to hold from enjoying the characters. And the characters are what makes this book memorable. Jay Stringer managed to write a hit man that is just inefficient enough to invoke empathy, and so completely human that the only thing separating him from the rest of the regular idiots on your typical dating website is that he kills people for a living. It's a well-executed crime story that is also highly entertaining from begin to finish, and that is a rare combination.
Jay Stringer is fresh to me, but How to Slay Mates has turned out to be an unexpected joy, a blackish thriller told from several points of view and recounting a really complicated plot line. Witty and well-written. Am now reading the rest of his oeuvre
As an emergency physician, Dr. Khan is officially an old-timer. But the thing about residency-trained emergency physicians is that they only obtain better with age and experience. (I'm biased, since I'm also in the same category.)Dr. Khan's prose is simple to read (even for those with short attention spans), totally compelling, and covers material that is absolutely vital to a satisfied successful post-residency practice of emergency medicine. Clinical vignettes are spot on. Professional tip (on finances, shiftwork, and life outside work) is also spot on. I'm very glad that Dr. Khan took the time out to write this book. It puts in one put a lot of things that are must-knows for all emergency physicians. These took me several decades to understand myself. If I'd had this book as a senior resident, I'd certainly have been saved a lot of 's one of my favorite passages (regarding those who wish to practice academic medicine) and something I also can confirm from my own experience: "You are truly lost in trying to prepare anyone for the true globe of medical practice unless you've been in that same world, in a busy community ED, for at least five to ten years... So if you wish to teach, practice first."Bottom line: amazing book, must read for fresh emergency physicians, well worth the price. JUST BUY IT.James Li MD(Check out my books too!)The Unique Forces handbook of medical secretsAnesthesia Off the Grid: A manual for humanitarian health care workers
Stringer creates one hot mess of a mystery around a group of criminals and enterprising PIs and cops. A amazing read once you obtain used to the unusual first person approach to alternating characters. The number of characters is a small confusing until the plot line settles in.
10th album from this Lafayette, Louisiana underground icon—rootsy, Americana country/blues dirges threaded with a dark vein of rural folklore and religious metaphor. Dege Legg sings with the kind of sincere authenticity that creeps up your leg to search the secret spine-shiver center of your soul. He claims Black Sabbath, Bukowski, Pablo Picasso, Henry Miller, Faulkner, Sonic Youth, Blind Willie Johnson, junkyards, quantum metaphysics & rodeo clowns among his influences; that should give you a clue. The melody uses traditional instruments (slide guitar, resonator, pedal steel, “boot stomps”) to make a down-home, backporch feel that pulls the listener in. Once there, you’re trapped in the strange & grotesquely attractive globe of Brother Dege’s brain. If you can ride the beat and absorb the imagery without giving up too much, it’s not a poor put to be. Shades of Seasick Steve, Keb Mo, Murder By Death, Charlie Parr, Josh T. Pearson, Johnny Cash, Alvin Hart.
Combining these elements is a very tricky thing to pull off. Hitch classics come to mind, but Jay Stringer's sensibility is much more modern and his Glasgow zone is also a globe apart. What also makes this story work well is Stringer's insight into human nature and behavior. The finale -- in which the heroine takes off on a breakneck bike chase into the teeth of Glasgow traffic -- screams out for cinematic treatment.
★ ★ ★ ★ 1/2 (rounded up)An expanded ver of this originally appeared at The Irresponsible Reader.---One of the best parts of >Ways to Die in Glasgow was the three first-person narrator structure, and I wondered how Stringer was going to approach this one, given that two of those narrators were unavailable. I was satisfied to see that he simply replaced them with another two -- and relieved that it was as successful, if not more so, in these pages.I couldn't support thinking of the opening to Fletch (one of my favorite first chapters ever) as I got into this one. In Fletch, Alan Stanwyk hires Fletch to slay him -- supposedly to prevent him from dying a painful death from a rare form of cancer. This job offer sends Fletch off on a amazing investigation that results in an ending Stanwyk couldn't have predicted. Here, a businessman who makes Stanwyk look ethical, named Alex Pennan [email protected]#$%!man Fergus Fletcher* to pretend to slay him. He's done some very poor things, and some very, very poor people are going to wish to do very, very, very poor things to him -- the only escape is to die (but not really). Fergus knows this is a poor idea -- but it's such a poor idea that he's interested. Fergus is at something of a crossroads -- he's not sure that being a hitman is the right thing for him anymore. It's not like he's received "a swift, spiritual kick to the head that alters your reality forever" or anything -- but it's similar. He's lost the taste for it, he's making sloppy mistakes. Maybe, just maybe, not killing someone would be a amazing method to obtain out of the ex and Fergus are our two fresh narrators -- and they have very various takes on their deal, and how things unfold. This alone would be worth reading -- but it gets better, because I haven't talked about Sam Ireland -- part-time PI, part-time bicycle messenger, and all around amazing hero -- our other narrator yet. Alex's wife knows he's up to something sketchy, and hires Sam to prove that he's having an affair. Also, Sam and Fergus have recently met on a dating application (neither is incredibly up front about their careers for their own reasons). So you see -- things are getting even more , add in the very, very poor people that Alex wants to fool, the people that employed Fergus while he created some sloppy mistakes, some crooked cops, one very not-crooked cop, Alex's wife, Fergus' family, a footballer, a couple of shady politicians, a best-selling crime novel that keeps showing up everywhere, and a few other folks -- and you've got yourself a Grade-A Kerfuffle of Epic Proportions. I really can't say more than that -- but I wish to, it's a amazing roller-coaster of a ride that you'll have fun while you hang on for dear ex is a amazing hero -- he's thoroughly convinced that he's smarter than he is -- which doesn't mean he's not going to obtain away with his plan. He's got huge dreams and will do anything -- anything -- to achieve them. But, wow, he's such a lousy person -- you search yourself spending a lot of time hoping that Fergus messes up and actually kills him. Fergus, meanwhile, is objectively a reprehensible person -- he's a very successful hitman, after all -- you should wish him dead or rotting away in prison. But you won't -- you'll be cheering him on, hoping he gets the possibility to figure out his next career steps.And Sam? If you've read, Ways to Die in Glasgow, you know all you know everything you need to about Sam.I wish to devote a post or two to Sam's brother and his amamie thoughts and observations on comic books. But to do that, I'd end up ruining the reading experience, so I'll hold my powder dry. But Phil created me rethink Jor-El's efforts to save Kal-El and Krypton, and created me laugh audibly while doing so. His ideas are intriguing to me, and I want to subscribe to his newsletter.While I'd never pretend to be able to predict everything that happens in different books -- to an extent, you kind of can after awhile. Right? Even when we say to each other "I never saw X coming" -- in retrospect, you usually can see where X came from. The number of stunning, out of left field, I cannot believe Author Y did that moments are few and far between -- maybe a dozen in the past five years. Stringer did that to me here, I so strongly disbelieved what I'd read that I re-read a particular passage four times before moving on -- only to come back a couple of pages later to test it a couple of more times. Surely it had to be what a beautiful unreliable narrator perceived to have happened, not what really is is one of the most complex denouements I can remember -- following shortly after one of the more exciting climaxes I've read this year. I remember walking into another room to read the latest 15 percent or so, because I could not -- would not -- tolerate any distractions. It's that kind of a read -- you will laugh; you may search yourself rooting for the boy in his crime spree to obtain the girl; you will search your jaw hanging begin (even is especially if you're not the type of person to do that); you will (at the very least wish to) cancel/rearrange plans to create time to read; you will want your reading speed was a small faster so you can search out what happens when Sam tries to (ahem, well); you will search yourself writing/speaking in italics more than you're accustomed to when discussing the novel. It's just that kind of read.
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Growing up in Alabama, I am no stranger to difficult conversations about race. Kiese Laymon pushes the discourse further. He demands his readers face the ways that masculinity, ity, class, and love (or its absence) are all bound together and cannot be separated from how we think about race. It is difficult to reflect on your positionality as you read the vulnerable and intimate words of this work. It challenges you to wrestle with the implications for complicity in our own lives and the ways we contribute to others and our own trauma. I assign it each semester to students in my college courses and it resonates with a lot of of them. This is an essential piece of reading and particularly relevant to our current climate.
I kept thinking even before opening the pages, having already read some of the essays on his blog titled Cold Drank, that it was a book I wanted and required my not-so-adult younger brother to read- hoping it would serve as surrogate father-like wisdom that I believed the 22-year old who has had a series of screw ups, growing up the only boy in a house of women, needed. He recently announced the pregnancy of his girlfriend who I have never met and his pride at becoming a father. Kiese wrote something in one of these essays that struck me so strongly regarding the presence of men in a young black boys life- do women need and crave the presence of a powerful male figure more than a young black boy needs it? The feminist in me screams "No, I'll be damned if I ever say that I'll ever need a man in my life." My mother, aunt, and grandmother did it for me- and I damn sure don't need it, though I thought I could understand why young boys need that presence... Not saying this created me realize that I required a man in my life, but it created me begin my eyes and drop my ego a few notches. I have come to a realization over the latest few weeks that at the tender age of 28, I'm both too young and too old to be as unhappy as I have been in my life since graduating from undergrad some 6 years ago where I met and silently praised Kiese. So removed from him, I wondered if I just drank the Kool-Aid that everyone was serving him as opposed of really understanding him. I read half of the book of essays on my two-hour plane ride home from Seattle to San Francisco and fought back tears and realization that maybe I required more from this book than my brother. We don't often see things from various perspectives, and I'm saying, I understand a small bit more than I did before reading. Thank you!
This was a difficult book for me to read; the truth hurts. Have been single for 6 months and have come to terms with where l went wrong in my past relationship. Some things were my fault, and otherthings my ex was at fault with. This author has a method of predicting patterns, and speaks heavily on when guys fall back. For so long I have place the guilt and burden on myself, and realized my latest relationship was never meant to be no matter how hard l fell for my ex. At the end of the day, my ex didn’t wish me; he wanted gratification at his own convenience while stringing me along with a pool of other women. He was an “old fool” in the android game with no @#$% discipline while putting God in the mix by saying” God told me that you were the one for me. To create matters worse, my ex even quoted bible scriptures claiming it was relevant to our situation. That is very dangerous: If you wish to be a player, be a player and do you all day. Don’t do it in the name of the Lord for your private gain. His fate is not good, and he will reap what he sows. God is not mocked; what a man sows, so shall he reap. In the end, this is a book that teaches you how to be responsible for your actions and to determine where you can create changes.Falling in love again and getting damage can place a damper on your spirit. As the author is cognizant, women are emotional and have feelings. The author is amazing at cutting to the chase and through all of the bs. It has taught me to take a step back to view who l really am. Grew up very shy after my parents divorce, and that shattered me emotionally. It wasn’t my fault that my father left to be with other women, but there was a void in my life since my mother never remarried. My mother’s view in life is very pessimistic; when you’re around that crap day in/out it wears on you. Have come to the conclusion that l need a combination of God’s support and the authors because a spiritual release/healing is important based on my Christian beliefs. Definitely believe in the notion that there is someone for latest thing: Had a conversation with a gentleman the other day that works at Costco. Eye contact has always been hard for me to master when meeting strangers. The Costco worker was introduced to me after l was looking for a particular item. Although the conversation was a small awkward at first, l managed to provide some eye contact and extended my hand to shake his after advising him of my name. Within a min or two, l saw the conversation shifting to a more positive tone. The worker then started asking me how often l at Costco, what were the benefits of the product, and gradually his body language became more begin to me. Commented the product has benefits to reduce muscle soreness after working out, it can reduce cholesterol, naturally provide a amazing night’s sleep, etc. The more we started discussing the product, the guy became even more interested. Even commented that latest was looking to obtain back into the gym after doing intermittent fasting for approximately 6 months. Received a compliment that l looked amazing and had a youthful appearance. Had to break away at the end because it was brought to this worker’s attention that another customer required assistance. Noticed l had him on the hook because he quickly turned around to see who it was, and his body was facing me again. He reiterated again that l looked amazing and that created my day. It wasn’t about seeking “his” approval, it was about opening up to someone to prove that it was simple to talk to anyone about almost anything. That was the icing on the cake, and l have more practice to do. I deserve to be happy, and to search the man of my dreams. It’s my turn to have things work in my favor by taking chances and making slight adjustments.
Created me think ALOT about my early 20s and the mistakes I made. I was also being used by both mates and family and it created me step back and look at myself. It also helps that it was written by a man and not having a positive male role model around except for men who wanted to sleep with me, created me feel like a brother who meant well was speaking to me.
Lawrence goes into a lot of "day in the life" detail in his narrative, which means you can read it for several purposes. The first is the private tragedy that this story tells. Create sure your nerves are steady before you begin this book. Secondly, is history. If you don't know Boston, and/or you don't know the 1970s, this book will connect a lot of dots as to what that life was like. The third read is everything that Lawrence implied. He's careful in his wording, but makes you question why people acted like they did. And if you need a story in perseverance, several people in the handful of concurrent narratives had to go from Plan A to Plan B to Plan C to just hold on going with their lives. I am beyond glad that he wrote this r whatever reason, at one point I had thought Lawrence had written a sociology book, like a statistical compilation. This is definitely not a reference book on police brutality statistics. As sociology, it would have to be listed under qualitative data. I only mention this because I had spent a lot of years mistaken as to this book's content.
A book about police use of force, written by a man who has never been in a situation where he had to choose to shoot or not shoot. O’Donnel claims he has studied the topic for 35 years, and read about it, nday morning quarterbacking at its finest.
I am all fresh to growing peonies, live in the southern US, and have learned so much about what to do, what not to do, how to plan, and what my expectations should be for my climate. I really appreciate the writing style of this author! The images in her book are beautiful, too.
I was priviliged to have caught a latest lecture of Kiese Laymon in NYC. Laymon is a brilliant writer who has already, early in his career, proven himself an necessary rising voice in American letters. In this book, he fearlessly writes about his journey to becoming a writer from his childhood on, his family influences, his special perspective as a Mississippi-born African-American son of a teacher; how difficult it was for him to not give up with those pressuring him to toe the line of their concept of his "genre", to follow their strict code of what "sells," and the specific problems he faced as an African-American writer in this regard. It's heartbreaking, poignant, and funny. I highly recommend you read this book and his first published novel, Long Division, which despite its YA label, is a uniquely addictive book for adults as well. I look forward to his future works.
This book is easy to read. Has lots of pictures, not just attractive flowers, but pics that will teach you something. The book is not long, and she doesn't test to "fluff " it up, to create it stretch out. She gives a lot of information, in a simple to learn format. She gives a very summary at the end of what she covered. I have several long books about peonies, and this one is the best . Short, simple, to the point book.
Of the 100 or so pages, maybe 25 were of amazing impact. The ones that were impactful were life changing though. Strangely enough, I wouldn't recommend this book because I still feel the need to read the others. This book just seems to be amazing excerpts from his other books. I read Ho Strategies and loved it. I suspect I would like his other books. I'm in sales and his books have done more for my confidence than any training course or therapy.
When I read this book, my jaw was literally on the ground- page after page. WTF, seriously?!! It's like he was following my around personally in my dating life. This book is raw, in your face and android game changing for any woman who wants a man but doesn't have one. This is NOT a typical do to obtain book, if you wish to level up, you have to empty the trash and in this case- it's killing your primary @#$%! persona. I liked this book so much I have now ordered his other book Ho Strategies after watching a few videos on youtube.
Amazing read, tips, perspective and points. What I really loved about this book was the empowering tone and the author’s focus on helping the reader realize that we must be honest, accepting, and loving to ourselves to attract like energy. When you live your life based on lies, illusions, and false direction and confidence, the people, energy, and situations you attract align with your fearful inner truth that you reject out of shame. You reject yourself (your real self) so you attract people who reject you as well because the truth always reveals itself no matter how confident, self-assured, and unfazed you pretend to e overall notice of the book is don’t just read for a fast feel amazing and pep-talk and then go back to your usual method of thinking and operating. DO THE WORK. Challenge, reject, and change your self defeating beliefs and perceptions and you’ll change your reality. You make your own narrative. At any moment, you can choose to go off script, scrap your old notes and expectations, and change the narrative, focus, direction, and ending. It’s YOUR story. YOU have all the power. Recognizing and embracing this reality is the beginning of self-empowerment, self-direction, and actively exercising the undervalued freedom of choice that you give away when you become a passive hero in your own story.I appreciate the author’s tip and how his writing approach focused on actually helping people transform without the bs generic life hacks and self-help books that capitalize on the vulnerabilities, fears, and insecurities most people have when it comes to emotions, relationships, and falling behind in life. Definitely worth the read!
Full disclosure, I went to school with Kiese. He was always observant, soft-spoken, kind, and sharp as a whip smart, and his writing is FANTASTIC for it. Brilliant observer of the human condition, in particular as it relates to race in this country. A much-needed black male voice on our nation's most pervasive wound. EVERYONE should read him. #BlackManwithaPen
This book is well written. Lawrence is a amazing writer. clarity and conciseness are prevalent in every paragraph. The chronology adds to its understanding of the events. If you love investigative journalism read Lawrence's book.
I love this book. It's simple to follow and understand. Gives all the info required for success! And the images are so pretty. These are such amazing flowers and the author shows her extreme knowledge on the subject. Totally worth the price.
This book has caused me to do some true thinking about my self, my relationship, and my life. It is fun to read but actually quite problem; this book and other books I have read by this author include so a lot of spelling and grammar errors it is distracting. I dont understand how the books can be of such high quality in every other method but have clearly never been professionally edited.
I bought a copy of this book for my grandson and for myself. Before I could finish, he called to tell me he had started reading the book for a second time. This book is a journey to adulthood, to the globe of work, to understanding life, family, amazing and poor decisions, forgiveness, and living. This book will appeal to adults of any age and older teens.
I read this book when it first came out in mid eighties still have my copy. Learn a lot about Mr. O'Donnnell's background in this real story of Boston and the prejudice of cops towards blacks and the O'Donnell brothers and their father as their lawyers fighting for the rights of the victims
Smart, and timely even though Lawrence O'Donnell wrote it in the eighties. The book needs to be on the shelves in libraries and book stores NOW. Riveting detail and story line. O'Donnell is without exaggeration masterfully ytical -- not only as a storyteller but as journalist.
Thought this sounded interesting so I spent about forty mins at Barnes & Nobles considering the purchase. Didn’t take long to see the obvious arrogance & condescension of the author. His presumption is that the reader is brainless & that his purpose is to teach you. It’s an interesting subject so if you don’t mind listening to an author who seems to think he’s far smarter than any reader of his book then go for it. Otherwise pass. I did.
I'm researching planting peonies to sell the chop flowers. This book gave so much info about the history of peonies, how to plant, maintain and grow peonies, how to store, various varieties and their characteristics. I also enjoyed the author's snarkiness throughout. :)
The title of this book was the fist thing to catch my attention. After reading the synopsis and some well written reviews, I purchased the book at an incredibly reasonable price. I did not have high expectations, as I've read a lot of books by unknown writers via Amazon kindle and I search a lot of to be rather lacking in quality. However, after reading the first 20 pages or so I clearly saw Mr. Laymon's talent. He is quite eloquent at times. Often his imagery is excellent; however, there are times when it's a bit convoluted. I initially thought I was not his target audience (white, upper-middle class, highly educated, etc.). But I think everyone is his target audience. His globe seems so far removed from the globe I grew up in; yet, a lot of of the truths seem universal. I know people who scoff at the notion that racism is still prominent in the U.S.; Mr. Laymon rips that falsehood begin and lays it bare. He succeeds in showing how he, and those in his life, is not a victim but rather a player in a flawed at being said there is something a bit off about the book. At times, the book has contradictions but he seems to say it is only because he is full of contractions (as we all are). This notice is a bit lost at times. Additionally, the chapters are at time disjointed and could use a better transition. For that reason I gave the book four stars. I'm sure these issues will resolve themselves with experience. I will be watching for his next book because I am sure he has more to say and an perfect voice with which to say it. Well done!
I found the title essay - How to Slowly Slay Yourself and Others in America particularly moving. Throughout, it juxtaposes Laymon's life with deaths of others, often horrific at various milestones. The effect is an essay which portrays the sinking feeling of despair but incredibly true and r me, some of the other essays were brilliant and others a bit of a struggle - but the latter was largely due to my total lack of knowledge the hip-hop culture and music. Conversely I found a lot of the political allusions really interesting - fuelled by the fact that it's something I know and am interested in.Highly recommended.
A lot of books in this genre discusses how women should position themselves to acquire attention from men. This book gives you concrete examples as to why that doesn’t work and ironically yields opposite results. Moreover, it gives you tools to discover your own set of values from the past and how to change them in the show and going forward.A Spartan in training!
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Informative technical book for rebuilding engines. Gives the user a working knowledge of what's needed and what is to be expected when attempting an engine rebuild. The reader should have some primary knowledge before reading this book as some info were not detailed (camshaft timing for instance).This book provided perfect hints and guidelines a rebuilder would need to complete his / her engine buildup.
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