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This is a interesting read. We knew Nina as a child. Visited her in the hospital in DC and maintained our friendship with both her and her parents. This book however told me much more of her experience than I ever knew. It is a fascinating acc of her experience and the beginning of her recovery. I am glad I read it.
Imagine yourself in your twenties: brilliant, energetic, social, on your method to graduate school, a successful professional career, and a parent of two unbelievable children. Now imagine that one day your brain simply goes pop. Ms Mitchell crafts this bone chilling premise (aka her actual life) into a warmly touching, fast, funny, instructive and incredibly relatable first story. No surprise at all that Amazon optioned this story and that it slightly beat out President Obama’s work on their current bestseller list. Most highly recommended.
This story is about a young woman who had a stroke and had to re-learn a lot of primary things. I similar to this story very well. When I had my stroke I couldn’t stand bright lights or loud sounds. The physical effects lasted only a short time, but I remember trying to read something and not being able to and it just killed my soul. Luckily, I have been an elementary teacher and have lots of low level books which I started reading and gradually increased the difficulty as I began to read better. I still have issue thinking and putting words together sometimes, especially when I’m tired. I haven’t returned to the pre-stroke me, probably never will, but I obtain along alright and that’s what this girl did too, she created it the best she could.
I found this story very interesting. I had never really thought about the depth of losing the ability to recall words, the most primary form of human communication. This author describes very well the devastating effects of that and the struggle it is to overcome.
I’ve read different HSK1 leveled readers, both printed books and online/apps. It’s always awkward to write a cohesive story with limited vocabulary, but this is one of the best ones I’ve read. I look forward to reading others made by this author.
Loved this book! The hidden identity plot is so clever, and the impact on Rachel/Molly’s private and professional lives is brilliantly delivered. I’m a large Natalie Barelli fan, and the Missing Molly characters have the familiar sharp wit we’ve seen in Barelli’s Emma Fern series. The huge difference here is that the lead hero is fundamentally amazing and her actions are motivated by survival, rather than the nefarious schemes that drove the earlier books. And Barelli delivers in spades! Amazing plot twists, and fun dialogue throughout.
The animation is up to par with all other Laika and enjoyable effects. The story line is a small weak, and they are massive evolution (it's a story about Sasquatch, so expected), but overall it's a cute story. Not one we would own, but amazing enough to rent occasionally. I feel like the overall lesson is good. *Spoiler alert* It surprised is a small that unlike most animated children movies, the guy doesn't obtain the girl, and some of the poor characters die (fall off cliff, not gruesome).
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Wow! This book sucked me in from the first page. I was on the edge of my seat, rooting for Megan Sloan to figure out how to regain control of the plane before it was too late. But every theory seemed to lead nowhere. In the meantime, I got a behind-the-scenes view of the people responsible, giving the story more power and is race-against-time thriller kept me glued to the pages. I simply could not place the book down until I finished. The different points-of-view made a complete picture of the situation without telling me how it would end. The author gave me just enough insight and background for the characters to create them real. The technology, intelligence methods and tactics were so factual I felt like a fly on the wall watching Sloane is well-written thriller will have you in it's grip and won't allow go until the heart-stopping ending. Everything a thriller should be, this book is one you won't wish to miss.
As an avid listeners to David Paulides interviews and viewers of his Youtube channel, my mate and I were excited to finally watch this together. Paulides is a thorough and thoughtful investigator with powerful credibility and a deep compassion for the victims. He's also a amazing speaker and presents evidence very well, particularly the patterns and similarities between cases that create up the evidence that is Missing 411. He's unbelievable at connecting the dots for the listener/reader but careful to walk the line of allowing you to come up with your own theory. He's long been guarded of what his theory behind the vast collection of abnormal National Parks Missing Person Cases is. None of that was show in this film. I know he teamed up with his son to create this movie and I have to say it was attractive shot. The footage/camera work is gorgeous, as is the lighting and sound quality. The issue is that nothing is presented. For some reason the cases explored are all male children, which makes no sense given Mr. Paulides normally presents cases of both genders of all ages. They don't talk about the patterns or even show that material. Nothing about water, boulder fields, being the latest person in a row of hikers, etc. It's really strange that they left that out. It feels more like a Dateline episode as it focuses primarily on one case which the info of are told again and again and again, while intercutting other stories. All the cases they presented are easily dismissed as being the fault of negligent adults who weren't watching the little kids properly. One even contains a mentally challenged pedophile former convict, so you can't support but assume he did something awful. That particular kid also has a creepy Great-Grandfather who refers to the missing 2 year old consistently as "the kid" and laughs frequently while answering questions about his disappearance. Further, the Great-Grandfather refuses to be on camera. WTF? It's also strange that they focused on cases where the families were all of rural-lower-socio-economic circumstances. You'd think they would have used more of a cross-section. Basically it feels like they could only obtain these few families to agree to be interviewed and so they created the film with the footage they had instead of taking the time to obtain more interviews so it was a stronger thesis. I hope they will create another film and will fix these issues. I feel not good for all of the parents/families who have lost someone and Mr. Paulides work is so important. He's a unbelievable person with a strong-skillset and the ability to draw attention to his cause. I just don't think this film is doing that. I really hope they will obtain more interviews about missing adults and recut this movie with that fresh footage and create a sequel that contains all of the patterns of these cases, as well as all of his hints for how to avoid going missing. Also, it was very hard to follow who was who and which case they belonged to. It would have been nice to have names appear on screen each time a talking head reappeared. A lot of of the rural people look very related so it was hard to remember who was who.
Uneven rows, crowded puzzles. Does not compare with Penny Dell puzzles. Very poor fot those with not good eyesight. The printed words are nice and big, but the puzzles are crowded and hard to read.
What a unbelievable story and interesting premise--young woman hiding from her past and working for a local newspaper that decides to do a series on the long-missing young woman. So a lot of twists and turns that the author kept you guessing until the very end. This was so amazing that I read Ms. Barelli's Emma Fern Series. Definitely looking forward to her next book!
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Status: Missing is a political thriller about a plane full of US politicians...and the plane disappears. Major Megan Sloan is assigned to search out what happened and fix it. This "based in reality" story is told with taut precision while interweaving the private lives of the characters. I stayed up method too late to finish this action-packed tale. Status: Missing is highly recommended.
Not at all what I expected. The cases are kinda interesting but not overtly interesting. At times they seem to imply that the explanation is a murder, kidnapping, or wild animal. I do appreciate that they discover those possibilities in an unbiased way, but I hoped they would have focused on cases that were clearly not caused by murder, kidnapping, or wild animals. Because of this, I feel that the documentary does not deliver what's advertised. I also think the documentary style was a small fragmented and disjointed. Overall, it was okay but it wasn't worth buying.
I was really glad to finally see the Missing 411 movie, any time David Paulides is on Coast To Coast AM I will listen in. While I enjoyed the movie, I feel like it didn't really express the real strangeness that surrounds a lot of these cases. The method the film is structured and presented it will almost convince you that one of the five disappearances has a prosaic explanation. I felt that there were better examples in the lexicon of cases than what were used here. I feel that the camera work as a whole was really good, and the melody was amazing also. Production-wise, they did a amazing job. Still definitely worth a watch, and I hope they create a second one with much more detail and better cases.
A year of impressive live performances and hot singles such as Apply Some Pressure and Graffiti have created Maximo Park's debut album A Certain Trigger a favourite for fans of the revitalised British rock movement. Frontman Paul Smith's scene presence is equal parts Ian Curtis and Ian McKellen, orating like a Shakespearean actor from a book of lyrics one min before erupting in an angular dance aptly aping the Maximo Park sound.With the advent of Dual Disc, tour editions and repackaged albums it seems that melody fans are being suckered into buying numerous versions of their favourite albums to ensure they don't miss out on the rarities. Unlike closely aligned UK group Bloc Party - who have managed to release four separate fan-screwing versions of their debut Silent Alarm this year - Maximo Park take a positive stance by offering Missing Songs as both a stand-alone disc and as a unique pack coupled with the staggering A Certain ocking in at a small over a half hour, Missing Songs kicks off with the perfect A19 and the brief John Lennon cover Isolation, previously available as part of a Q magazine promotion. As well as the dead Beatle, XTC are also offered a tribute of sorts with the track Trial And Error, which comes close to approximating Andy Partridge and Colin Moulding's art rock sound. The acoustic Stray Talk and the Kaiser Chiefs-with-added-xylophone feel of Hammer Horror are highlights, with the gloriously tinny demos of Apply Some Pressure and Graffiti an intriguing commodity compared to the versions polished up by in-demand Brit producer Paul prising unreleased commodities and non-LP tunes from the Newcastle group, Missing Songs emerges as a worthier and more revealing album than a lot of legitimate releases from 2005 upstarts such as Art Brut, Babyshambles and The Subways. The double-headed power of A Certain Trigger and Missing Songs prove that bringing back the comb-over is the least of Paul Smith's 2005 achievements.
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CompellingStand-alone that is simple to follow. Some violence, no drag-you-down riguing and sad story with plenty of twists. Believable characters with distinct personalities. Entertaining desire to re-read this story. I may be interested in other works by this author.
If you wish your adrenaline climbing in anticipation of what’s to come, then this thriller is for you. Planes have been disappearing around the globe without a trace -- three within a one-year time span, which is method too many. Former military field operative, Major Megan Sloan, is now the Advisor to the Government’s Drone Theory Task Force. She and her squad have been desperately trying to search out how and why planes and their passengers are vanishing – there one minute, gone the next – and have been unsuccessful until the puppet of a madman finds his conscience while targeting two more planes. There are a lot of characters in this story from the government and military, and even a former hacker, that come together to test to solve the mystery and prevent another catastrophe from occurring. I was mad and sad and hoping and praying throughout the chapters of this book. I also learned a lot as well. The story is so believable, that I may never fly across the Atlantic or Pacific Oceans for any reason. I wanted to hurry up and obtain to the end, while at the same time hoping it would never end. You’d never know this was the author’s first thriller because, in my opinion, it was brilliantly written. The ending has me wondering if there could be a sequel, and I would say “yes, please”, to that. Well done, D.W. Maroney!
Move over, David Baldacci! A fresh thriller writer has a heroine that can kick your hero’s butt! Cancel your appointments and set aside a day just for this book because you won’t be able to place it down. I give MISSING 5 military stars and an enthusiastic recommendation for this summer’s amazing read.
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This is a film for adults - not children- for they will miss the nuanced, hilarious repartee that goes on in this movie. It was a pleasure on a lot of fronts: the selfish man stays selfish; the independent woman stays independent; and the 'Link' doesn't stay with found tribe but leads a successful life on his own. No Disney endings which was a GREAT thing! The subtle jokes are amazing but again, not for children. Brava!
The overall look to this documentary was very professional, however the decision to use the Deorr Kunz case as the main focus was a not good judgement call! The characters in this case were sketchy to say the least! I thought the focus was going to be on a run down of the major parks where disappearances took place, backed up with interviews from S&R squads and the relatives of the victims. The main case squarely would disqualify itself due to the fact that there was a man show in the cast of main characters, that was a offender. And there was a time line that allowed the parents to dispose of there son when they returned from city with gas. Don't blow your five bucks on this stinker!
I don't understand why people are giving this high reviews, then condemning the content for not actually covering any of the "Missing" data. This entire film was a story about a few cases, which do not even start to dive into the content available on youtube. There is nothing mysterious about these 5 cases, there is then nothing that ties them all together. -- Which is the entire point of David's work. Without any glue to bond any of these together, they are just isolated instances. This is exactly what David himself says. This film was a waste of time. As a lot of others have mentioned, I wanted to share this with my partner, so she could sort of obtain a clue into this globe of missing people at national parks. At the end of it, she was bewildered that I even cared about isolated incidences of missing people. This had absolutely nothing to do with his work, and was falsely represented. DO NOT BUY - OR RENT this movie. You wont actually search conversations about the data and patterns, none of that was even in the movie.
This is a unbelievable book. Before this I read "The Loyal Wife" by Natalie Barelli. That book was also very good, amazing as in I wanted to read another one of her books right away. I read this book in one day as I could not place it down. It certainly grabs you from the beginning and does not allow you go. I have certainty found a fresh author and am starting one of her other books as soon as I finish this review. I hope she writes another soon because there are only two books of hers I haven't read. Anyone that enjoys a quick paced physiological thriller, read this book. Trust me.
I'm not much of a reviewer and others have already told you the story of Molly. This is one of those MUST READ books. I already have her next book queued up to read. Natalie is a amazing writer and even took time out yesterday to support me obtain a copy of the updated book. Thanks again Natalie. You will not be sorry for the time you spend reading this story.
This is my favourite of the Natalie Barelli books to date. I read it in 2 sittings over a long weekend and was captivated from the first chapter. At the end of the first chapter it is as if it went into top gear and is like a rollercoaster and I just required to hold reading to see how Rachel/Molly was going to be at the end? Would she stay as Rachel or would people search out she was Molly? Would the true murderer be brought to justice? If so, how? Loved it.
A tight, well-written thriller that will hold you glued to the edge of your seat. Rooted in Drone Theory and the premise that the chance exists aircraft can be remotely hacked, hijacked and taken off the grid, Maroney crafts a tight plot that appears to be a series starter. I expect to see both Major Megan Sloane and Liam Donovan again. Their past contains some unforgivable sins on Liam's part that he both regrets deeply and deserves to be waterboarded for while she stands by gleefully bearing witness while snacking on popcorn. That aside, feelings that dance between love and hate still simmer for both them. But create no mistake, Sloane is the alpha in this equation and I expect her to be back to kick some butt. For anyone who loves big-name political thrillers, test D.W. Maroney, you won't be sorry!
If I obtain caught in a dark alley in a horrible place, I sure as hell wish Major Megan Sloan by my side! She is not only a tough fighter woman (military style), but possesses a compassionate heart. A amazing combination. Set versus a nightmarish scenario of planes going missing with innocent lives aboard, Megan Sloan wars a moral and true war with modern technology wielded from pure evil. This book truly lives up to the saying, "I was on the edge of my seat," because I was!
Really really allow down honestly. The books are awesome, and they really present a pattern of extremely strange missing persons cases. Most are down right spooky and point to something paranormal causing these cases. So i was expecting that in this documentary. I was expecting to hear all about the strange and unusual incidents that shows like Coast to Coast always talk about. I was expecting to hear testimony regarding those cases and from the law enforcement and find and rescue involved. I was expecting to hear about the strange patterns that have emerged and hear alot from Paulides himself. BOY WAS I LET DOWN. The movie is place together nicely, and is professionally filmed. But i expected method more from Paulides. This movie would be more appropriately shown on any common episode of FBI e entire movie focuses essentially on 2 incidents, and neither one are interesting really at all. One incident focuses on the disappearance of a young boy who beautiful obviously was the victim of some type of murder or kidnapping with collusion from family members. The people involved didn't seem to particularly care and it had nothing to do with anything strange or unusual. You would expect to see such a case on a boring episode of forensic e other incident the movie focuses on is a kid who went missing on a trail head and remains found high up on the mountain. However if you are expecting the movie to go the direction of the books and suggest something odd happened, you would be in for a allow down. The highlight of the case is boring and mundane, and there is no sense of strangeness to the s hard to believe that the full movie focused on these 2 very boring and non mysterious disappearances. I mean this would have been a unbelievable opportunity for Paulides to show this to the masses and really present something crazy is going on in our parks. But this movie doesn't highlight that at all. Its worth a one time watch if you go into it realizing its nothing like the books. I hope someone does another movie and does this info justice. Anyone looking for that sense of wonder, entertainment, mystery, and even horror presented in the books, i would suggest to look elsewhere. I really am shocked Paulides place this film out. It really hardly has anything to do with the books. Its just a mess. Really allow down.
Large disappointment. I have been obsessed with these cases, the clusters and set of circumstances they each follow. This didn't address ANY of that. I almost thought I purchased the wrong movie. The interviews on YouTube about these cases are more entertaining and free. This film makes me suspicious that everything he spoke about is being covered up cause it certainly isn't in this film.
This was a very amazing movie. One complainer claimed that his 5 year-old daughter didn't like it. DUH! Of course shedidn't like it; it's an animation movie for adults who know about evolution, extinction and the evil men do to obtain whatthey want. Just because it's animation it's not for kids! Pay attention next time and choose something age that that's out of the way, this animation movie is LOL funny with inside joke historical references that hit the mark. If you're an adult who likes animation with social commentary, watch this and have fun a lot of inside jokes. I thoughtSusan hilarious.
I love every actor who lent their voice to this show, but really did not love this movie. The things I look for in a family film are that everyone is entertained in some capacity. It didn't not capture my children attention- which I expected with the 5 year old, but even the 9 and 11 year old said that they thought the notice was cute, but that it was really boring.I did laugh out loud a few times, but think the jokes may have been too subtle for the kids.
I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. it was entertaining for the adults as well as the kids. A plot with a amazing message, lively dialogue with plenty of jokes, some sly. Amazing performances and unbelievable animation. We watched it with three adults ages 40+, and three children ages 6, 10, and 12 and everyone liked it! yay!
In a year when every other major animated film is a continuation of a story audiences have become familiar with, comes this original gem replete with tastefully veiled cultural criticism touching on topics from Us/Them Politics, Toxic Masculinity, and how we define our reality as the globe around us changes at breakneck pace. It's also just delightful.
There's always the next something, Maggie. And that will take a man away. The Missing is directed by Ron Howard and adapted by Ken Kaufman from the novel The Latest Ride written by Thomas Eidson. It stars Tommy Lee Jones, Cate Blanchet, Eric Schweig, Evan Rachel Wood, Jenna Boyd, Ray McKinnon, Val Kilmer & Aaron Eckhart. James Horner scores the melody and Salvatore Totino is the cinematographer. New Mexico 1885 and frontier doctor Maggie Gilkeson (Blanchet) has to seek support from her estranged father Samuel Jones/Chaa-duu-ba-its-iidan (Lee Jones), when her eldest daughter is kidnapped by Pesh-Chidin/El Brujo (Schweig) an Apache Warlock who sells girls into prostitution. An obvious variation on John Ford's The Searchers, The Missing slipped under the radar some what of Western fans who were greatly served by Kevin Costner's Begin Range released the same year. It was a box office flop; which in a genre that has rarely hit amazing heights in modern times is hardly surprising, but to dismiss Howard's movie as a fop is just wrong. Real enough it's hardly original on the page, but it manages to not sacrifice hero depth as it crams in the Western staples. While there is plenty enough here for none Western fans to enjoy; from the a lot of colorful characters on present (including a amazing horror film like villain in Schweig), to the panoramic scenery, and the number of action sequences that flit in and out of the narrative. There's a small something for most film loving fans. The cast, too, are value for money. Blanchet gives it guts and layers as Maggie, emotionally cold, is forced to place family dissension to one side and take up arms as a Western heroine, and Wood equally holds court with her transference from irksome waif to bold babe. Tommy Jones enjoys himself as he finds a cowboy role to suit his craggy features, features that impressively dovetail with Salvatore's stark photography of the landscapes. Along with the plucky and endearing young Jenna Boyd's performance it obviously only really mounts up to a broken family coming together under duress. But as a quartet, and with Schweig's vile turn as the "monster" of the piece in amongst them, they function so well, thus all hero arcs are acted skilfully and please the senses. Also to be applauded is the use of genuine Apache language from some of the actors, a nice touch that shows a director taking his material seriously. There's a few endings available to view via DVD etc, but the one that Howard chose for its general release is the right one. It perhaps doesn't keep any amazing surprise, given the directors reputation and output thus far, but it works well in the context of the story and the period tone set throughout. A safe film, then, one that is very well created and tells its story efficiently in structure and verse. If only the script had dared to take a few more risks then this surely wouldn't have been the monetary flop it was. Still, give it a go and you may search as much to like as I did. 7/10
Absolutely loved this book and I could not place it down! The story line was so interesting, loved how the characters evolved. Quick paced read. I would definitely recommend this book. Cannot wait to obtain my hands on another barelli book! This is my first time reading this author.
The excitement that was generated in the first few pages never stopped building. Even the casual reader could not place this story down. Stone one if not the major player makes point that brings you attention back to “WHAT”. You think you are on track you are left hanging to hear what else is event at the same time. A scream read that you wish more. I’m very disappointed to search that isn’t another book by this perfect author. Please write again we loved it!
Oh. My. Word!!! I volunteered to review an ARC of this book and I couldn’t read it quick enough, spell-binding thriller, gripping action. I could feel the hope, anger and acceptance of the characters. There were moments when I did a mental fist-pump and others where I cried. Well-written with multiple points of view (POV) so as to see the action through everyone’s eyes: good-guys and bad. At times I thought I was reading a screenplay b/c it felt like I was reading a movie, if you can understand e premise is that a passenger plane has disappeared from radar and b/c this has happened several times before, a unique task force has been called in. Major Sloan is head of this task force and along with her squad obtain to the bottom of it. Along the method she encounters old acquaintances and lovers and we obtain to see their interactions. This was a stunningly fascinating read. I couldn’t place this book down. It comes highly recommended for those readers who have fun books by Vince Flynn, John Grisham or Tom Clancy as well as films by Clint Eastwood. It gets 5+ stars!
I don't go to films anymore, but always pick up my favorite movies digitally after their release. I didn't even realize this movie was coming out so it was a satisfied surprise to search it in the fresh movies is movie was funny, attractive and touching. It's hard to say without more watchings but my top two Laika favs are Coraline and Paranorman. I think I would rate this just below them, but possibly that is because I've loved those movies for so long?Adults that love animation/stop-animation will likely have fun this film. The humor can be more subtle, though I suspect some kids will pick up on it and be entertained as well. If you and/or your children like Laika films, this is another amazing one!
This album is a collection of nine tracks(B Sides and non-LP) plus three original demo versions,comprising a true patchwork quilt compilation from Maximo e opening track"A19"is raw and intense, and the rest of the album is very 60s and 70s influenced. These songs from Britain's most exciting fresh band(some would say that was begin to debate) were the blueprint for greater st of us will have heard "A Certain Trigger"by now,which a lot of would hail as Maximo's is album preceeds it musically but still includes the same charm,anger,intense lyrics and musical style,without as much theatricality and drama as "Trigger" contained. Still as listenable as "Trigger" however,and with so a lot of amazing tunes that it's hard to choose between them all. This album carries a raw energy,powerful hooks and that urgency which is so special and central to Maximo's music. My favourites contain "A19", the dry,humourous "Year Of Doubt" and the beautiful,acoustic,somewhat sad "Stray Talk."If you like this band,you may already have this album in your collection. If you haven't got into their melody yet,try and give this a listen. It will obtain your attention, and hopefully hold it. As for frontman Paul Smith,with his special hairstyle, well-I'm a total fan! I haven't seen Maximo play live yet,but will have the pleasure later in 2006. I'm sure I won't be disappointed.