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Aled Westlake Westlake itibaren Govindapuram, Andhra Pradesh 533435, Hindistan itibaren Govindapuram, Andhra Pradesh 533435, Hindistan

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Aled Westlake Westlake itibaren Govindapuram, Andhra Pradesh 533435, Hindistan

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Çocuk nasıl keşke bunu ilk okumuş olsaydım Filmi sevdiğimi ve böyle güzel bir fiske ilham veren kitabın içine girmeyi dört gözle beklediğimi söyleyerek bunu önceden yazayım. Bununla birlikte, roman temel olarak aynı ilginç karakterleri, ilgi çekici temaları ve eğlenceli arsa katlamalarını içeriyor, ancak filmde üretilen neredeyse tüm duygusal derinlik ve felsefi / ahlaki problemlerden yoksun. Bu doğru, kitabın genellikle kral olduğu bölgelerde yayınlanan film! Bu kitabın muhtemelen puanladığım iki yıldızdan daha iyi olduğuna inanıyorum, ancak kuşkusuz mantıksız beklentilere dayanarak, sayfanın neredeyse her dönüşünde tamamen hayal kırıklığına uğradım ve bunalmıştım.

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This is part of a series of books about players on a fictional NFL team and the women who come into their lives. Romance, fun, people dealing with their issues to come together.

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Super cheesy but super cute. I was in the mood for something just like it and i laughed out loud so much throughout the whole book. Julia's friend Ashleigh is so comfortable in her own skin you wish you were just like her but some of her ideas are so embarrassing. Some of the problem in the book seem so unrealistic and cheesy but the sad part is that they are totally true and are a huge deal in a teenaged girl's life . All in all theres no way after you have finished the book that you can help but feel all warm and happy inside.

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This is mindblowing entertainment. Really. Oscar was the Man. Now I know which play shall brighten the nights at winter, when all's gloomy and dark: never have I laughed so much whilst reading a play. Or, probably, reading anything. Bravo, Oscar. I love you and your witty imagination.

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This story of a pre-pubescent boy of working-class (and oddball) parents sent on scholarship to an upper-class boarding school in South Africa is mostly entertaining, sometimes touching, and sometimes a bit off-color. I suppose it appeals more to "guy" humor, so I didn't find it as laugh-out-loud funny as the reviews. What goes on in the boarding school, for both students and faculty, would be cause for concern if the fiction were true. Even amidst the gags, it was good to hear an emphasis on reading and studies.