Ion Svet Svet itibaren 44035 Formignana FE, İtalya
I have read a few of David Sadaris' books and in my opinion this one is by far the best. Side splitting.
Most interesting read. You learn quite a bit of Irish history in a comfortable, non text book sort of way.
I read The Omen Machine very quickly. I have always been a fan of Terry Goodkind, and I eat his books like candy! While I know his technical writing isn't completely perfect, Mr. Goodkind can form a plot and push character development like no one else. The Omen Machine was no exception. His technical writing was better than usual in this book. The plot was good, but not in depth enough for me. I am used to the more epic books of the Sword of Truth series. This was a bit different. It was fast paced, for one thing. It have laughable moments and moments where I literally got goosebumps because what was happening was so creepy! The characters we know and love were there in all their glory, and we also met new and interesting characters. My only complaint, and the reason that I did not give it 5 stars, is that it ended at a strange part for me. I was left feeling like the end of the novel was missing. I know that there will be more books coming, and that they will answer some of the questions I still have, but I still felt as though the story just... stopped. It didn't end, it stopped. It was kind of like pressing pause on a DVD player, and then not getting to finish the DVD until an indeterminate date. All in all, however, I love the book. And I loved getting back in with some of my favorite characters. I am interested to see how this plays out, knowing the history that we learned in Law of Nines.