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Adam Bereziuk Bereziuk de Switzerland de Switzerland

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Adam Bereziuk Bereziuk de Switzerland

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Je me demande à quoi ressemblerait un mur de douleur? Je pense que ce serait rocailleux avec beaucoup de fissures et de niches. Ça allait, mais j'ai résisté à la lecture parce que j'ai vu quelqu'un que je n'aimais pas beaucoup à porter et à délirer. C'est drôle les choses qui influencent nos décisions de lecture ...

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Grande perspective d'un démon qui * totalement * met sa vie sur la vérité de qui Dieu et qu'il lui manque beaucoup la lumière et la chaleur d'une relation intime et juste avec Dieu! Les débuts de Tosca Lee, Demon: A Memoir, sont très bien écrits. Le style d'écriture de Lee est convaincant et intrigant. Son choix de mots vous donnera envie de vous rendre à la dernière page. Elle a congloméré la haine malveillante, le pardon, la guerre, l'amour inconditionnel et le plan de rédemption et l'a emballé dans les pages.

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not finished.. but good so far...

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He did not see himself as a reactionary longing for a past that was gone, but as the prophet of a dangerous future. The world, he said, was “entering a period when the struggle for self-preservation is going to present itself with great intenseness to thickly populated industrial countries.” Five years ago, eminent historian Paul Johnson published this concise history of Winston Churchill, in order to answer the question “Did Churchill save England?” Obviously Winston Churchill has a rich history and a definitive biography would require upwards of 1,000 pages. But there is something to be said for a 200 page biography like this one, and the focus on Churchill’s acumen about world affairs makes for a great book. First, Johnson not only hits the high points, but also adds his only personal experiences with The British Bulldog. Second, we get a real feel for the man – his tenacity, his stubbornness and his ever present wit. Lastly, sometimes a short biography such as this one serves as a taste test for delving into the longer, more exhaustive tome. I have to say I’m hooked. Winston Churchill was not only a great leader who seemed destined to lead in a time of world crisis, but an interesting personality as well. I will definitely be reading that larger biography (which Johnson recommends a few in the Further Reading section of the book).