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Lani Pujiastuti Pujiastuti itibaren Sajira, Sajira, Lebak Regency, Banten, Endonezya itibaren Sajira, Sajira, Lebak Regency, Banten, Endonezya

Okuyucu Lani Pujiastuti Pujiastuti itibaren Sajira, Sajira, Lebak Regency, Banten, Endonezya

Lani Pujiastuti Pujiastuti itibaren Sajira, Sajira, Lebak Regency, Banten, Endonezya

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Cane Nehri sevdi, umarım bu kadar iyi olacak.

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I really enjoyed this book and the twists and turns that were in it. The only real complaint I had was that it seemed 'too busy' at times like there were too many stories going on at once to truly know some of the characters.

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This was a book club book for a meeting I never made it to. Fictional autobiography of Walt, a street kid from St. Lous who is taken under the wing of a magician named Master Yehudi. The master teaches Walt how to levitate (for serious), and after his showbiz career is cut short at 14, we follow him through life as a Chicago gangster and eventual family man. "Well, my fine-feathered rascal," he said to me that first morning, "give me the lowdown on what you know about the three R's." "Three?" I said, going for the quick, wise-guy retort. "I ain't got but one arse, and I use it every time I sit down. Same as everybody else." "I mean school, you twerp. Have you ever set foot in a classroom--and if so, what did you learn there?" "I don't need no school to teach me things. I've got better ways of spending my time than that." "Excellent. Spoken like a true scholar."

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I have to start by saying I am so embarrassed to admit I read this. It's definitely chick lit and not my typical choice of book. I was intrigued with the whole "going to school in Paris" (or so I'm telling myself). The narrative voice is definitely coming from a teenager, with the "Oh my gosh" feel to it. It also has a bit of language and questionable morality at times. Given all that, I finished it quickly and liked it.