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Sachin Gandhi Gandhi de Letovice, Czech Republic de Letovice, Czech Republic

Lecteur Sachin Gandhi Gandhi de Letovice, Czech Republic

Sachin Gandhi Gandhi de Letovice, Czech Republic

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Une histoire mignonne et drôle sur le fait d'être debout à l'autel et la malheureuse chaîne d'événements qui suit. Lecture rapide et amusante.

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En fait, je ne l'ai pas terminé, mais il a de bonnes idées et sera bon pour les idées de cours FHE.

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J'ai du mal à choisir entre 4 étoiles et 5. Est-ce que ce livre aurait été plus étonnant si je n'avais pas lu le tout en une seule journée? Ou le fait que je le lise si vite ajoute-t-il à sa partition? Je ne sais pas. Je sais que je l'appréciais vraiment, vraiment jusqu'à ce que je le termine vers minuit et que je commence à m'inquiéter de l'au-delà. Je pense que j'aime ça. Ce peut être un beau livre de fiction et je n'ai pas à m'inquiéter du fait que les morts soient confinés dans leurs cimetières ou qu'ils découvrent comment se marier chez papa.

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City of God is a wonderful classic which gives a strong picture of the church around AD 400. Augustine takes great pains to address any and all philosophical objections to Christianity's beliefs, and fleshes out two cities - the Worldly City and the City of God. It is a good reminder that the times change and the issues that are important in one age may no longer seem relevant, but the core beliefs remain the same through the centuries. City of God is not for every reader. Its chief value today is perhaps more for those curious in studying how the development of philosophy and Christian thinking progressed.

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Have you ever seen a 'serial killer' movie when they find the secret hideout of the bad guy, and inevitibly there are newspaper clippings tacked to the walls, drawings, quotes, pictures, etc... Well, cross that with your High School Underground Notebook and you have Kurt Cobain's Journals. It's full of doodles, sketches, and lyric work on Nirvana songs. It also has drafts of concert fliers, notes to friends and some diary entries and rants. This was one of many journals made by Kurt Cobain, but many of them were accidentally destroyed. (Water-damaged in a Paris hotel bathtub if I remember correctly.) This particular journal covers the period around the Bleach album and the beginning of writing some songs that would later appear on Nevermind. I like that there was no editing (well, that we know of. There may have been some pages removed) but the writing that IS there was uninhibited. As they said in the movie Seven, "...his mind just poured out on paper." If you keep a journal yourself or if you are interested at peering inside the head of a musical genius, and if you are fan enough of Nirvana to own Bleach, then you should at least flip through Kurt Cobain's Journals. -Conrad Zero