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Minh Tr Tr từ Tenuhari Soem, Uttar Pradesh 272175, Ấn Độ từ Tenuhari Soem, Uttar Pradesh 272175, Ấn Độ

Người đọc Minh Tr Tr từ Tenuhari Soem, Uttar Pradesh 272175, Ấn Độ

Minh Tr Tr từ Tenuhari Soem, Uttar Pradesh 272175, Ấn Độ

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Chỉ cần kết thúc Uglies và vào Pretties. Không chắc tôi cảm thấy thế nào về loạt bài này. Cuốn sách này đang nhận được 3 sao, nhưng có lẽ xứng đáng 4. Tôi chỉ không thể cho phép mình cho nó 4 vì nó rất kỳ lạ.

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Đây là một cuốn sách ảnh, nhưng nó rất đẹp. Nó cho bạn thấy các vật liệu khác nhau cho nhà của bạn, chăm sóc da, thực phẩm thân thiện với môi trường. Chỉ mất khoảng nửa giờ để vượt qua.

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Một trong những dịp hiếm hoi mà tôi thích bộ phim hơn cuốn sách.

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Lyndsay Snyder chuyển đến Buffalo Valley, ND, một thị trấn hấp hối mà cha cô sinh ra và lớn lên. Lyndsay giúp hồi sinh thị trấn bằng cách trở thành giáo viên trung học.

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Two kids think they're from Shakespeare. Pretty juvenile writing style.

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My favorite of the HP books.

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Picking up only a few months after Married with Zombies left off, In the second book of the Living with Zombies series, Sarah and David have branded themselves as Zombiebusters Extermination, Inc. and are now known far and wide as the go-to zombie killers. Lately, though their clients have insisted that with each kill they remove the zombie’s head and turn them in before receiving payment (yes, a zombie apocalypse is so bad that Sponge Bob Squarepants band-aids are considered payment!). And there’s been from clients and those at a local camp for survivors about souped up zombies, who seem more aware, faster and harder to kill. Then, while at camp, they find a note on a communal bulletin board asking them to meet with someone who signs the letter “A Friend,” at an unknown location as this friend requires their assistance for a unique task. After deciding to meet the mysterious potential client, they find themselves someplace I really want to talk about, but won’t so as not to give away too much of the story. I can say that they find someone who wants them to capture live zombies for seemingly altruistic reasons. While terrifying for Sarah and David, this leads to some pretty comical attempts on their part. In the meantime, they’re also trying to confirm or deny the existence of the bionic zombies, as Sarah calls them, and figure out if the one person who offers them unexpected hope can be trusted. The book was packed with action and more than a few surprises (view spoiler) I’m not going to say what causes it, but for a short while David and Sarah are separated, and I found her complete and utter joy and relief at seeing him again so sweet. She’s tough as nails, and not in the annoying way that so many attempts at writing badass chicks can be, but it’s nice that we occasionally get a glimpse of a more vulnerable Sarah. Not that I want her to be a wimpy marshmallow, but with these scenes, she seems more real. And for my holiday or birthday wish lists, I’m not picky about which one, I’d like a David, please. I really liked him in Married with Zombies, but my approval rating of him went through the roof with this book. He was the perfect amount of everything: amusing, heroic, cynical, protective, loyal, suspicious…I could go on but I think you get the picture. It’s while trying to capture their first zombie that they run into a young boy named Robbie. What can I say about Robbie? They end up saving him from attacking zombies and he ultimately ends up tagging along for the ride. I kinda felt like Sarah in that while I felt like he should have annoyed the crap out of me, I grudgingly liked him and didn’t want him to get hurt. I loved that Petersen didn’t shove kid gloves on Sarah when she dealt with Robbie, her reactions to his snotty little comments, looks and his attack of her are hilarious! While I try to keep my reviews fairly clean, but in real life I pretty much cuss like a sailor, much to my mother’s dismay, so the lack of any sort of filter on David’s, and especially Sarah’s, words or thoughts (when she inner monologued to herself that she probably owed David a blow job, I was practically snorting) fills me with slightly guilty, giddy delight. While I would love for there to be an end to the zombie madness so that Sarah and David can have a happily ever after, as well as electricity, I want this series to keep going on for a long time because it’s definitely one of my favorites!