this book is even more classic! Ceritanya simple tapi lucu dan eyecatching. Aku yg udah tua ini aja senang berkali-kali baca buku ini. Sedikit info ttg buku ini. Terbitan pertama tahun 1969, buku ini terkenal dan mampu bertahan sampai sekarang. Pernah menang best book of the year di NY thn 1969, most loved book di UK di tahun yg 2001. Masuk list top 100 buku favorit guru2 untuk dibacakan ke murid thn 2007 di US. Bukunya sudah diterjemahin ke lebih dr 40 bahasa. . . . #veryhungrycaterpillar#childrenbook#bookreview#book#sukabaca#hookedonbooks
“People go through life eating lamb chops and breaking their mothers hearts.” - Eve Babitz . I’m about halfway through Sex and Rage by Eve Babitz and the poetic way she’s written this novel is mystifying. You could drizzle her words over honey and eat them for breakfast, it wouldn’t even matter that at times they can be a bit sour. The honey would dull in comparison. Hard truths and honest observations sound sweet when you’re reading them off the page of this book, I can’t wait to see where this story goes.
Another read from the Women's Prize for Fiction long list and I am afraid it fell a little flat for me. A novel about family dynamics set in a Chinese restaurant with a token dose of gangland boss who is not triad enough and characterisation that just slightly misses the mark.
🏝A beach, a mystery, a love story, and a strong female lead...it’s everything we love and expect from Mary Kay Andrews and her newest is no exception! 🏝 Drue is adrift. Her mom has just passed away, she’s recovering from knee surgery, she’s been fired from her job, and has broken up with her boyfriend. Her estranged father gives her keys to a cottage she didn’t know was still in the family and the offer of a job at his law firm. In search of something to turn her life around, she reluctantly takes it. As she starts to rehab the cottage and her life, Drue starts to find herself again. She also begins to investigate a mysterious death at a local resort that has landed in her lap at the law firm. Sunset Beach was a great way to kick off beach read season. 🏖 The setting is beautiful, the characters well developed, the mystery fresh and complex. I loved my time in Sunset Beach! 🏖 For me, Sunset Beach was ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 stars. MKA’s newest did not disappoint! Thank you @stmartinspress for this advance reader in exchange for my honest review. Pick this up when it hits shelves May 7th!
Mon avis sur « Apprends-moi le désir » ! 💕 Jeremy a 33 ans et vit dans le Montana, dans un petit village, avec sa fille de 9 ans. Sa vie se résume à Méline et son affaire désormais. C’est un homme très renfermé depuis qu’il a perdu sa femme il y a 5 ans. Il a traversé des périodes bien sombres et a même perdu la garde de sa fille qu’il a réussi à retrouver. Mais il est toujours fragile. Sa vie est réglée comme du papier à musique. Il a des troubles du comportement. C’est un véritable maniaque. Sa route va croiser celle de Liz une première fois : il va manquer de la renverser. Entre eux, tout va plutôt mal démarrer. Liz et son naturel déconcertant vont rendre dingue Jeremy. Et sa tenue pour le moins légère va le perturber. Liz est complètement dans son monde. Elle est déconnectée de toute réalité à cause de son passé plutôt trouble. Jeremy va reprendre sa route. Mais le soir-même, il va la retrouver dans son jardin complètement frigorifiée. Il ne va pas pouvoir l’abandonner cette fois. D’autant qu’une tempête de neige l’empêche de l’emmener à l’hôpital. Jeremy va donc se résoudre à l’aider et l’accueillir chez lui. Liz n’a aucune notion du danger que peut représenter le monde. Elle semble avoir des problèmes de mémoire. Elle est couverte d’hématomes et amaigrie. Que lui est-il arrivé ? D’où vient-elle pour ne rien connaître de ce monde ? Liz va aller de découvertes en découvertes. Jeremy est autant agacé par elle qu’attiré. Elle le perturbe complètement. Elle va bouleverser toutes ses habitudes et mettre sa vie sans dessus dessous. Et si Liz était l’imprévu qu’il lui fallait pour réapprendre à vivre et réparer son coeur meurtri ? Cette histoire est une petite merveille que j’ai pris tellement de plaisir à lire. C’était magique. Plus qu’un coup de coeur, ça a été un coup de foudre. J’ai eu l’impression de vivre chaque étape, du choc à la
Rereading #harrypotterandtheprisonerofazkaban for the first time in more than a decade. J.K. Rowling is currently undergoing a lot of criticism for trying to make the Harry Potter series seem as though it has always been politically aware of issues regarding LGBTQ+, racism, and feminism. People say that she would have been better off admitting that yes, she hadn't been as aware of these issues when she was writing the books as she is now, but now that times have changed, people should acknowledge along with her the political limitations of her books. Indeed, it would have saved her a lot of trouble of trying to readjust every single detail of her already-famous books to meet the public's current political tastes. But now she is spinning simplistic tales that do not match the original stories so as to protect herself and her books from being criticized by every non-white, non-heterosexual, non-cisgender-male reader, thereby disappointing old fans and coming off as shallow and opportunistic. That she agreed to cast the human version of Nagini as an Asian actress in the second Fantastic Beasts film in 2019 proves that she is not in fact aware of any of the issues she claims to always have been interested in. Yet others point out that Rowling did characterize Dumbledore as gay back in the 00's when coming out hadn't been as accepted as it is now as evidence of her political awareness. Rereading Azkaban amidst these perspectives made me notice offensive points in the novel I hadn't been aware of ten years ago. Why is it that Hermione, the most logical and intelligent of the lot, is also always the most emotional? Why is it that as a reaction to the same situation, she "screams", but Ron and Harry "yell" and "shout"? Why is it that she is always prone to crying and tears when in the same situation, Ron and Harry's show of emotions are completely eradicated from the scene? Why is it that the first and the only East Asian character to appear in all seven books is named
🚨 HYPED BOOK ALLERT, BUT TOTALLY DESERVES IT🚨 Book 32 of 2019 : Normal people by Sally Rooney This book gave me all the feels, very beautiful. The story is about the friendship/love between Marianne and Connell. They almost have no similarities, but do connect with eachother in a very special way. I liked how beautifully their relationship to eachother is described in the book. It is surely a book you can't put down. This book made me really FEEL! I felt really sad for the characters at times. And I do not have this often 🙈 At some points, there were a bit cliché scenes to be honest, but that didn't ruin the book for me. I LOVED reading this, and I am curious about the other works of Sally. 🌟🌟🌟🌟/5 If you have read this book, do let me know if you liked it or not ❤ #booktip#bookreview#normalpeople#sallyrooney#boektip#boekreview#fiction#fictie#manbookerprize#literatura#literature#bookcollector#book#bookstagram#boekinstagram#boekstagram#strawberry#bookcollector#bookaddicted#bookish#bookporn#libros#librosrecommendados#livre#livreinstagram
Do you read much historical fiction, lovely people? How about Dan Simmons? Let me now your thoughts on both below! I've been a fan of his horror and sci-fi since my teens, but Abominable was something a little different... "I ran across The Terror, which has also popped up on Netflix as a pretty reasonable adaptation. I like Dan Simmons. And, as I said, I like Arctic tales, especially ones that involve vanishing ships and mysterious circumstances and a healthy heaping of horror poured over a small framework of fact. So I tried it. And it was excellent, but this blog is not about that.This is about how I came to read Abominable, another fictional story built on fact, this one set on Everest (yes!) and also written by Dan Simmons. I’m not sure I’d have picked it up if it hadn’t been for The Terror. Which was a really long way around when I could have just said, “I read it because Dan Simmons and Everest”. But I guess the actual point I’m trying to make here is that Abominable, while I have some niggles about it, piqued an interest in reading more historical fiction, which I had not expected. And which I am currently indulging, and surprising myself by feeling even more interested in the history beyond the book than the book itself. Which was not expected. But then books are very good at being unexpected." Watch the full vid via the Friday Book Chat link in my bio! #bookchat#dansimmons#abominable#yeti#historicalfiction#everest#mountaineering#booklover#bookworm#bibliophile#genres#amreading#currentread#bookreview#bookrecommendation#writerslife#indieauthor
- B O O K • R E V I E W - • “If only, if only, the moon speaks no reply; Reflecting the sun and all that’s gone by. Be strong my weary wolf, turn around boldly. Fly high, my baby bird, My angel, my only.” -p. 233 • Book #20 (1999) on my Journey through the Newbery Medal Winners • I’ve dreaded reading this book ever since I started reading through the Newbery Medal winners. I watched the movie as a child and disliked it immensely. As usual the book was far better than the movie and it exceeding my expectations. • It’s a great story of friendship and I enjoyed how the backstory was woven into the storyline as well. There were moments that pulled at the heart strings and moments that made me angry at injustice. Overall I liked the characters I was supposed to like and hated the ones who are deplorable. • Things I don’t like - spiders, snakes, lizards and mean people. This book has those in spades (pun very much intended lol). These things are probably what made me dislike the movie so much and I didn’t particularly enjoy them in the book either. Camp Green Lake is a terrible place run by terrible people and I just don’t like it! • ⭐️⭐️⭐️- 3 stars - it exceeded my expectations but I doubt I’ll read it again anytime soon, if ever.
#북스타그램 . . 사랑. 악마의 속삭임. 그리고 견뎌내는 알바로. 책이 뜨겁고 차갑다. 고전의 특징이긴 한데, 사랑에빠진 악마는 더욱 그런듯. . . . 읽는동안 이렇게 시시하다고? 이렇게 끝내는거야? 라고 생각한 나는 반성하라. 끝으로 갈수록 작가 자크카조트가 되보려 노력했다. . . 사랑의 힘은 대단하다. 악마를 사랑해서 더욱 대단한 사랑. "너무나도 애처롭고 달콤한 그녀의 시선은 잔인한 독약이다." . . 당시 추구하던 남성향, 견뎌내는 알바로로 알수 있었다. 책임감. 공경. 자신감. "내가 저지르지 않은 잘못을 형님이 탓한다면, 내가 형님을 두려워할 이유가 없소." "내가 두려워하는 유일한 적은 바로 나요." . . 책이 풍부하네요. 역시. 고전이야📚
Happy Good Friday!😇 . How's your day? Mine was amazing even though it rained all day. ☔ . I celebrated 2 things today. My Savior died and After the Movie released in my country! 🎉🎊 How excited I am! . I hope a movie isn't a bad as some reviews 🙏 . I am done read all of the After series. If you wanna know my opinion, feel free to visit my book blog. 😊 . . [Bahasa] Selamat Jum'at Agung! 😇 . Bagaimana kabar kalin hari ini? Kabarku luar biasa meskipun hujan turun sepnjang hari. ☔ . Aku merayakan dua hal hari ini. Kematian Juru Selamatku dan Film After tayang di negaraku! 🎉🎊 Aku sangat bersemangat! . Aku berharap filmnya tidak seburuk review beberapa orang. 🙏 . Aku sudah membaca semua seri After. Jika kalian ingin tau pendaptku, silahkan mengunjungi blog bukuku. 😊 . . . #aftermovie#afternators#afterannatodd#after#bookreview#bookaddict#bookobsessed#bookish#bookshelves#booktag#booklover#bookworm#bookclub#bookaholic
Dear Zoo, buku anak-anak yang menarik dari ilustrasi maupun cerita buku. Bukunya terkenal banget dan gak lekang waktu krn tema ceritanya universal, singkat dan mudah dipahami anak-anak. Buku ini memang buku cerita klasik, pertama terbit tahun 1982, lebih tua dari umurku sendiri. hehehe. . . . #dearzoo#childrenbook#bookreview#book#sukabuku
Finish Friday: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon Fifteen-year-old Christopher Boone finds his neighbor’s dog dead on her lawn with a garden fork sticking out of it. Christopher likes dogs, and Wellington in particular, so he wants to find out who did it. He sets out on his investigation, writing the book as he goes as an exercise for school. As a teen who “thinks differently” it is heavily implied that Christopher is on the Autism spectrum. As it happens, I have a 15-year-old son on the Autism spectrum, so I will admit that my take on it is colored by that. I tend to dislike mainstream stories about kids with ASD who have special abilities, and so many of the stories do. Christopher is exceptional with math and science and basically has a photographic memory. Not every kid on the Autism spectrum has something they are exeptional at doing, but they are rarely represented. Not every child on the spectrum doesn’t like being touched either. Spectrum implies variety after all. Those particular traits often feel stereotypical to me, so while I can appreciate that they do exist in some kids, I feel like they are overused in fictional stories about kids on the spectrum. Aside from that, I didn’t hate the book. I thought Christopher’s sensory issues were dealt with consistently and described well, and the way people who don’t know about his issues treat him pretty spot on. I liked his teacher, Siobhan and the ways she was teaching him to deal with his problems with social cues. The mystery wasn’t terribly mysterious, but that wasn’t surprising given the actual storyline, which was tough to watch unfold from Christopher’s perspective. It’s not a bad read—it goes quick enough—but I don’t know that I’d read it again. #fiction#bookreview#amreading#asd#mystery#markhaddon #curiousincidentofthedoginthenighttime
I purchased this book from Amazon to read with my sister. All opinions are my own. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis. This book got me fired up. I felt like I could accomplish anything after reading it! Set your goals, follow your path, succeed! It all sounds so simple until you stumble, but Rachel has a fool-proof plan. Because lets face it there is always that one stumbling block, it doesn't mean you can't reach it, it just means you have to work harder to get that much farther. It's time to quit apologizing for being who you are and embrace who you were meant to be! Review also posted on Instagram @borenbooks, Library Thing, Goodreads/StacieBoren, Amazon, Twitter @jason_stacie, and my blog at readsbystacie.com
This is Jacqueline Wilson’s latest book and I finished it in two days, it was so good! Mona lives with her Aunt on the estate of Lady Somerset (Mona’s Aunt is her dressmaker). Sadly, when Lady Somerset dies, Mona and her Aunt are worried that they will be thrown out of their cottage by the new owner of the estate. Luckily the new owner is Lady Somerset’s youngest son, a lovely man named Mr Benjamin. He lets Mona and her Aunt stay in their cottage and takes a shine to Mona. The book is mainly Mona’s day-to-day life, including her passing an exam to get to a good high school, but there are sudden twists and turns at the end, including the return of much-loved characters Hetty Feather and Diamond! Readers should definitely persevere through the beginning as it gets one million times better! #bookstagrammer#middleschoolbooks#kidsthatreadsucceed#lookforabook#bookreview#dancingthecharleston#charleston#dancing#1920’s #nineteentwenties @jacquelinewilsonfanclub #nicksharratt @nick.sharratt #aunt#mother#guardianbooks
“We want to know how other people live, and Arnold shows us.” —Claire Dededer, NYT What a huge thrill and deep honor it is see Running Home reviewed so favorably in The New York Times! Lifelong dream—PINCH ME! You can read it online now (link in bio) or, if you’re old school like me, hold it in your hot little hands in the Book Review this Sunday! When I started writing this book, it was to tell the story of my father and me, and of my relationship with running. But the story became bigger than both those things. I wanted to see if I could capture what it feels like to go so deep into something that the boundaries between you and it blur and you become the thing itself, and then maybe even transcend the thing, the shape and structure of it. So that it becomes a feeling, a pure expression—bigger and beyond any form. For me that thing is running, but it can be anything for anyone. It can be whatever you want. Keep going. #runninghome#memoir#bookreview#ravereview#authorsofinstagram#books#reading#running#grief#ultrarunning#resilience#nature#flow @nytbooks @nytimes @randomhouse #gucrew
New review up! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ review for Black Hearts Rising (Book 2 in the Wardens of the Black Heart series) by Rob Campbell ❤️ I loved book 1, absolutely loved book 2 and can’t wait for book 3!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The Blurb: Darkness descends on the town of Culverton Beck, as Lorna, Monkey and Charles Gooch return in the thrilling sequel to “Monkey Arkwright”. The Frenchman, one of three works of art rumoured to possess the power to change fate on a global scale, is safely tucked away in the vault of millionaire Lester Hawkstone. After playing their part in keeping it from the clutches of a shadowy organisation known as the Wardens of the Black Heart, a sense of normality has returned to the lives of teenagers Lorna and Monkey. But something isn’t right in Culverton Beck. The locals are plagued by apocalyptic visions, and when a horrific tragedy strikes the town, Lorna and Monkey begin to suspect that dark forces are gathering once again. Whilst working on Lorna’s college project, they make a startling discovery – a seemingly impossible message from history – that plunges them into the heart of another mystery. Meanwhile, Charles Gooch is haunted by memories from his past. Whilst he’s had his fair share of luck over the years, it seems that fate is finally catching up with him. Feeling the heat from his superiors, he hatches a plan to steal The Frenchman and put the Wardens back in control. But Gooch’s shadow isn’t the only darkness in town. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #bookstagram#book#books#bookshelf#bookworm#bookish#bookaholic#booklover#bookaddict#booknerd#bookblogger#bookstagrammer#booksofinstagram#booklovers#booklove#bookporn#bookreview#booknerdigans#read#reading#reader#readers#readersofinstagram#igreads#bibliophile
“You’re still very young, not silly, but certainly naive. ‘Eternal love’ simply does not exist, sweetheart” . . “I may have exaggerated that part a bit. But love does exist. I know couples who choose to be with each other against all odds because they wouldn’t have it any other way and they are happy. I am not naive, just romantic. I need to love and be loved. I need to be in the centre of at least one other human being’s world.” . . “Will destiny bring them together? Maybe, with a little help…” . . Kindled Lives is a simple, beautiful, romantic novel, set in urban India. The story is almost predictable, with one major twist. From a literary point of view, it’s an okayish, 3 star read, and if you don’t read it, you aren’t missing out on anything great. But I’m not a literary critic. So I’ll tell you my personal, non-critical views. I loved the book. The male protagonist, Aditya Maurya, has his own share of flaws and so does Rhea, the female protagonist. As the book proceeds, you move with the characters through their lives, their inner feelings, their pain. You see them grow through those flaws and overcome some of them. You go through the difference in society’s apparent classes, the stereotype of the people. . . Genre: Fiction, Contemporary romance Publisher: Penguin Metro Reads No. of Pages: 207 My Rating: 4/5 Full review is up on my blog. Link in bio 😊 #bookstagramindia#bookstagrammer#bookreview#bookstagram#bookhoarder#bookaddict#bookworm#bookshelf#words#escape#littlewordnook#booksofintagram
Description of eBook Simulation Model Mechanism Of The Universe by Dr.Amschel (pseudonym) listed on #amazon: What kind of awareness we have about our own existence and the world that surrounds us? At first glance the idea that the universe is a simulated sounds just like a movie plot but it is essentially a legitimate scientific hypothesis. High-profile physicists and philosophers suggest that the likelihood of our entire existence being a program on someone’s hard drive is very high. However, such existential sounding simulation hypothesis is essentially untestable. Is reality what it seems, or the fabric of the space-time continuum has hidden underlying layers into its texture that lie just below the plain covering of our everyday existence. Does contemporary scientific evidence point toward intelligent design hidden in plain sight as viable alternative? How can fundamental science describe the possible simulated reality? This eBook offers explanation on simulated reality through the connection between science theory and technological evidence. Key Features: - Representation of the principles of Simulation model mechanism of the universe; - Scientifically determined energy equivalence of information; - Comprehensive explanation of Nikola Tesla’s free energy research; - Scientifically determined trend of huge decline in intelligence quotient points of populations in developed countries; - Explanation why the philosophical view on Simulation hypothesis is not correct; Author's note: Because of the complex subject interpret your maybe as not or at least not now. https://www.amazon.com/Proclamation-Amschel-pseudonym-ebook/dp/B07P1K7YPC/ref=mp_s_a_1_5?keywords=simulated+reality&qid=1555080129&s=gateway&sr=8-5 #booksstore#kubooks#ebookstore#readingbooks#bookstoread#instaread#booklover#reader#reading#thisbook#readthis#bookpromo#bookpromotion#bookstagram#bookreview#readingnow#reading📖 #ku#kindle#kindleunlimited#tree#skybriliance#lake
Girl Stop Apologizing Author-:@msrachelhollis -------------------- I am so much thankful to @harpercollinsin Not just for review copy ...but for such a wonderful book ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Instructions 👉the book is not speed read its a absorption read so if u planning to read in one sit just dont go for it 👉one of those book "must read"..."once in lifetime"kindoff book 👉though the book suggest "women community"but the whole part of excuses livin few can be read by all ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 😊Background The book is divided in 4 parts Part 1 :The whole other excuses we give ourself and others 👉thats nt women do 👉im not goal oriented person 👉dont have time 👉im not enough to succeed 👉mom guilt:taken down 👉terified of failure 👉its been done before 👉others thinkin 👉good girls dont hustle Part2:behaviour which help to grow 👉stop askin permission 👉focus 👉embrace ambition 👉askin help is no big deal 👉buidin foundation 👉stop allowin anyone to talk u out 👉sayin no Part3:Skills and not talent 👉planning 👉confidence 👉persistence 👉effectivness 👉positivity 👉Lead-her-ship Part 4:Conclusion😊 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Review 😊i trutly enjoyed it though ppl dont like self help but trust me its worth it 😊thw book gives u the reason to just read it more 😊its tell u the thing which some of u know but too scare to hear it ...very clear reasonin and u just tend to belive the flow 😊5🌟/5 😊if i wasnt broke would have just ordered :Girl,wash ur face. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #bookislife#selfhelp#rachaelhollis#bookaddict#bookstagram#bookhoarder#bookstoread#bookstagram#booksofinstagram#bookreview#bookshelves#booksofinstagram#bookishlove#books📚 #bookphotography#booknerdigans#bookworms#bookstagrammer
Ever feel the need to get away from it all? I’ve lived in a big city for years, but after reading this, I had such a hankering for big open spaces. Set in the 1970’s, this is a story of wild country, Alaska style. And it’s not just the scenery that’s dramatic. Kristin Hannah manages to compress a number of the issues of the day into the pressure-cooker of family life in the brutal environment of this untamed state, where to make one mistake is dangerous, to make two is fatal. * Domestic violence, the powerlessness of women, Vietnam, unplanned pregnancy, all weave in and out of the story, a coming of age tale about Lenora Allbright, the only child of troubled parents Cora and Ernt. The characters themselves have a pretty tough time of it, but the description of place is so complete, from snowy mountainsides, to crossing frozen lakes, fishing for salmon, to fending off bears and wolves. There is no electricity, no running water, no tv or phones – just the ham-radio to communicate with, the vast starry sky and northern lights. * You may not envy Leni her outhouse bathroom, but there is something appealing about the pioneer spirit of all that majestic scenery coupled with a simple way of life: survival, putting away enough food for winter. For a thirteen-year-old, Leni spends a great deal of her time salting, shelling, skinning, alongside everybody else in their tiny remote cluster of homesteads. Meanwhile trouble is brewing in the form of her dad’s post-Vietnam trauma, which builds throughout the book, and there is a touch of the Romeo and Juliet about her friendship with Matthew, from the rival Walker clan. A grim winter is definitely coming. * #bookpost#bookblogger#instabook#bookart#bookish#bookworm#book#bookreview#cantsleep#amreading#booklovers#instabooks#igbooks#shelfie#bookreviewer#bookcase#bookphoto#coffeeandbooks#literature#bookworm#bookshelves#bookclub#greatreads#bookaddict#bibliophile#booknerd#bookaholic#bookstagram
Book Review 123 Name Of The Book : The Flower Girls Author : Alice Clark-Platts Publisher : Raven Books Year : 2019 Category : Fiction/Crime Thriller This is quite a different crime thriller and the style of narration is unique. Really enjoyed this one. Read the complete review on my blog : https://shadesoflavender.home.blog/2019/04/17/the-flower-girls-by-alice-clark-platts/ Thank you @bloomsburyindia for the review copy 😊 #aliceclarkplatts#theflowergirls#bloomsburyindia#bloomsburypublishing#bookreview
Description of eBook Simulation Model Mechanism Of The Universe by Dr.Amschel (pseudonym) listed on #amazon: What kind of awareness we have about our own existence and the world that surrounds us? At first glance the idea that the universe is a simulated sounds just like a movie plot but it is essentially a legitimate scientific hypothesis. High-profile physicists and philosophers suggest that the likelihood of our entire existence being a program on someone’s hard drive is very high. However, such existential sounding simulation hypothesis is essentially untestable. Is reality what it seems, or the fabric of the space-time continuum has hidden underlying layers into its texture that lie just below the plain covering of our everyday existence. Does contemporary scientific evidence point toward intelligent design hidden in plain sight as viable alternative? How can fundamental science describe the possible simulated reality? This eBook offers explanation on simulated reality through the connection between science theory and technological evidence. Key Features: - Representation of the principles of Simulation model mechanism of the universe; - Scientifically determined energy equivalence of information; - Comprehensive explanation of Nikola Tesla’s free energy research; - Scientifically determined trend of huge decline in intelligence quotient points of populations in developed countries; - Explanation why the philosophical view on Simulation hypothesis is not correct; Author's note: Because of the complex subject interpret your maybe as not or at least not now. https://www.amazon.com/Proclamation-Amschel-pseudonym-ebook/dp/B07P1K7YPC/ref=mp_s_a_1_5?keywords=simulated+reality&qid=1555080129&s=gateway&sr=8-5 #kubooks#kubookstore#kindleunlimitedbooks#readingbooks#bookstoread#instaread#bookblog#reader#reading#bookreview#readthis#bookstagrammer#bookstagram#readersofinstagram#bookish#readingnow#readingnook#ku#kindle#kindleunlimited
Hai. Buat kamu penggemar Maze Runner, ini adalah prekuel pertama namun novel yang terakhir kubaca dari semua serinya. Sengaja karena seri ini tidak bercerita tentang Thomas dkk. Namun ternyata setelah dibaca tetap ada benang merahnya, walaupun sedikit sekali. Masih ingat dengan cerita prekuel kedua The Fever Code kan? Disitu aku sempat menyinggung tokoh bernama mirip shampo Didi, hahaha. Nah, ada erat kaitannya itu dengan sebagian besar cerita novel ini. Cerita bermula dengan flashback dimana Teresa menatap Thomas yang sedang dibius dan dihilangkan kenangannya. Ulasan lengkap ada pd link di bio ya... 🤗😉 #themazerunnerseries#thekillorder#resensinovel#novelreview#ulasanovel#bookreview#prekuel#jamesdashner