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Mann namidonessatam filminin peri eh darus mehrjooy dahigan aaj roy içinde kateb navesht !!!!!!!

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İçine yaklaşık 1/3 bağladım. Kardeşim tarafından yazıldığını söyleyebilirim! Ben tarafsız bir yıldız veren değilim.

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Bu iyi bir hikayeydi. İlham vericiydi ve aklını gerçekten buna ayarladığında herkesin daha iyisi için değişebileceğini hatırlatıyor.

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Great start to the series! Sophie is a fun and snarky character!

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Very rarely, if ever, does a sports book or memoir provide both entertaining stories and insightful looks at strategy. Jack McCallum keeps a good balance between the off the court activity versus on court action. From an accomplished senior writer of venerable Sports Illustrated, a reader should expect nothing less. Readers won't find stories of debauchery or hedonistic pursuits. Instead, everything is centered on basketball operations--ownership, public relations, travel, etc. What I especially enjoyed was the dynamic between the coaches and how they strategized for each opponent. Good read for any sports enthusiast that would like to learn what happens behind the scenes.

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This story is set in Dallas in the 1950s. The author has done a marvelous job of recreating the sights, sounds, and smells of the era. Put me in mind of the small town where I grew up. That said,the lifelong repercussions of something that happens to a person in their youth is the real story here. The young girl, whose brother narrates the tale, begins to receive poorly worded and almost illegible love notes after her picture appears in a store sale flyer where she is modeling Easter outfits. It is up to her brother and her dog to keep her safe when the protective net her parents and the police put around her fail. All ends well but the tale is frightening, especially when both the girl and her brother are abducted and held against their will. Was it really the spirit of the Lady of the Lake (White Rock Lake) who saved them? Or was it merely a kind person driving by who helps the children after they escape? I would have liked a bit more about how that young girl is faring as an adult but the story takes place in a given framework of time and space. A very enjoyable read - but not for late at night