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Eduardo Barros Barros itibaren Texas itibaren Texas

Okuyucu Eduardo Barros Barros itibaren Texas

Eduardo Barros Barros itibaren Texas

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Bu gizemleri, bulanıklığın inandığı gibi bir gizemi döndürmek gibi. Çok tatmin edici. Bir yıl sonra tekrar okurdum, ayrıntıları unutmuş olacağım, ancak önemli arsa noktaları hala açık.

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This book traced the travel routes of ancient Roman tourists from the eastern Mediterranean to a trip down the Nile. The author (Tony Perrottet) and his girlfriend travelled the same route, experiencing many of the same difficulties as the Romans (i.e. bad hotels, bad food, sickness, etc.) The book is a delightful mix of the historical and the contemporary. I enjoyed learning what the ancient tourists had written about their travels as well as learning what those ancient sites looked like now.

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This book is definitely aimed at a certain kind of person. Someone who already knows the game and is now considering becoming a youth coach. They don't say that on the cover, but that's how the book reads. I have two major gripes about the content. One: the language is often rushed and ambivalent. This is not a huge problem if you already know the game, but will definitely baffle the total newbies, the utterly confused for whom this book is supposedly meant for. Two: the are absolutely no graphics or diagrams of any kind in this book, none. With all the talk of the X's and O's in the text, there are none to be seen. Trying to explain football without any graphics is not reader-friendly. The book has some high points, too. And it does touch on a wide variety of subjects. Some of the stuff explained is insightful, and even deep, at times. But if anything, this book is a bit wrongly marketed. For someone who is actually a total newbie to the game, this book might be a one star book. For a casual fan, looking to get a refresher or just adding some depth to their knowledge, two stars. For someone looking to becoming a youth coach, maybe three stars.