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This was my least favorite of the series, perhaps because the twins were the least interesting characters, and because I tend to shy away from more biblical-influenced topics. Still L'Engle, which means great writing, but it you don't want to read the whole series, this is the book to skip.
The best anti-war book I'll ever read.
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What a book. I cannot believe this is a debut novel. This had my attention from the first page. How does a budding serial killer try to stop imself from his urges? What happens when a serial killer arrives in his small town? Throw in the supernatural and you have one heck of a read!
Although I think the advice that Pollan gives at the end of the book is really helpful, most of the text is dry and hard to navigate. I much preferred the Omnivore's Dilemma which incorporate a variety of perspectives and stances. This text read like a summary of a variety of scientific reports and was lacking his more personal and interesting voice.
this is a very good book on the subject of hacking. it covers all of the fundamentals in great detail with plenty of diagrams and code examples that make the text easy to follow. Topics covered include buffer overflows, writing shellcode, and even some wireless hacking.
the first time i read this, i think i was too young of a reader to really appreciate the way allison's language grows up as the main character, bone, does. i reread it recently and was appalled that i had ever thought that allison was a good storyteller but not a good writer. she overuses biscuit metaphors. but she deals with all forms of hunger so well, i got over it. it's also v. interesting to read jane eyre together with bastard out of carolina. anyone have recommendations of other books about tough women?