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"The Days Of Our Lives" - By Elyon (Mesilla, New Mexico)
This series has evolved into a soap opera---a damn good one, but a melodrama nonetheless. Almost every chapter is a cliffhanger, and the ending is geared to keep you hanging in suspense while you wait for the next installment. Shifting and twisting from one character and plot thread to the next, many pass each other like ships in the night, and just when you think they might meet and provide some resolution, they sheer away again, following their own separate adventure, only the general upheaval of the book's background holding the multiple storylines together. This is not a series that appears anywhere near a conclusion, and with the author's ability to continuously create and weave together more and more credible subplots, don't expect an ending to this series any time soon: after all, as the text admits, Daenerys' dragons are years away from being able to ... full review
""We ARE connected...because I will see you in Hell!"" - By Lawrance M. Bernabo (The Zenith City, Duluth, Minnesota)
When we first meet Gennosuke Yuuki (Mikijiro Hira) at the start of "Sword of the Beast" ("Kedamono no ken"), the samurai of the Enshu Kakegaw clan has just killed Counselor Kenmotsu Yamaoka and is in the process of fleeing to his home province. Kenmotsu's only daughter, Misa (Toshie Kimura), along with her fiancé, Daizaburo Torio (Kantaro Suga), immediately set off in pursuit. Gundayu Katori, master swordsman of the clan, and four of his best men were sent along to assist them. The year is 1857, after the arrival of Commodore Perry's fleet, and the nation faces inevitable reform. But staying alive is Gennosuke's only goal. His pursuers disparage him for being a coward by running away, but Gennosuke would rather sacrifice his pride than his life.
The problem is that as he flees Gennosuke meets up with this shady fellow who knows where to ... full review
Wow, this stuff is go great, I plan to write a book... 101 things to do with rescue tape.
I originally purchased this to fix a leaking toilet. Worked wonders. I then went on to bigger things, like leaking kitchen sink drains (it was the leak that was bigger, not the toilet). But with the caveat that whatever you want to tape must let the rescue tape stick to itself, it is not adhesive like typical tape, it works as claimed.
I'm now on a mission to find new and exciting uses for the tape. So far:
If you tape the center pole of a typical office chair, your uncooperative coworkers can no longer raise or lower it from where you want it to stay. (Presumably this might fail if your coworkers weigh over 950 pounds, the limit of the tape's tensile ... full review
"The perfect rechargable" - By S. Bodie (Orange County CA)
Just got the STRION today. Love it! The perfect work tool. I added a black shrink wrap sleeve to save my teeth, for those occational moments when I need both hands to work on something. I've been using the Scorpion untill now. I have 2 of them. Love em, but the battery replacement is OFTEN and EXPENSIVE. They are the back ups now. The Strion is just about the same size and light weight. I fly around the world and don't need a bigger flash light taking up space in my work box. The constant on switch is a twist, but you can still do it with one hand. So I dont mind it. What can I say, its RECHARGABLE! It came with Both AC and DC cables and one spring loaded cradle. The cradle is an excellent design. I choose the Super Saver ... full review
I read this book aloud for my tween sons, who had both read it on their own previously.
I didn't like it as well as Majora's Mask, mostly because of the lack of color illustrations. The four characters look basically identical except for the "color" of their clothes - but the pictures are black and white! In some drawings their color name is written beside them, but in the other's you just have to guess based on context. It's absurd! Luckily it didn't bother the kids, but this isn't their favorite book from the series.
Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by Amazon.com.
"An honest review, for once" - By Adam (Stockbridge, GA)
I'm going to be honest. I like Terry Goodkind's work, even if some elements do play off of another fantasy series. But the characters have sprung into a life of their own, and Goodkind has managed to weave the story into something fully original.
I won't be one of the ones to say that this is his best work, because it honestly isn't. I enjoyed Wizard's First Rule and Faith of the Fallen much more than I did this book. But it is a good book. Goodkind has managed to take an idea seldom heard, if ever, and work it into the fabric of the reality that he has spun for all of his loyal readers. What's more, he has managed to keep the interactions between the characters believable, even taking into account the many different plot twists.
"Great Sharpening Device" - By Arizona (Tucson, AZ USA)
I look at the gold box every day, and saw this sharpener on sale. I already own it...purchased it locally, not from Amazon, and it cost me more than the gold box price. It does an amazing job on sharpening knives. I have an older set of Chicago cutlery, and it sharpens them razor sharp whenever I use it.....which my wife says it not often enough!! I sharpened our knives the day before Thanksgiving, and the bird practically carved itself. It's also very easy to use, and has a foolproof design. I recommend it highly.