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I really have grown to love this book. It is definitely erotic but it is also a great love story. Love is about breaking down barriers and exploring the unknown with the person you love and that's exactly what this story is about. This story has helped me learn to express myself in my day to day life as well as in the bedroom and I've grown to care for Christian and Ana as characters! Happy reading!
I have found Emily Oster's book very well written, interesting, and informative. She has obviously done a lot of careful research, and has done a good job of objectively laying out the facts and options without offering a definitive opinion on most topics. Her whole point is to encourage expectant mothers to make informed, data-driven decisions, rather than relying on old wives tales or unsupported recommendations that limit women unnecessarily.
Those who say that she is offering medical advice despite the fact that she is an economist rather than a medical professional have CLEARLY not read the book. She is an expert in her field, and that involves data-driven decision making, which is the topic explored in this book.
If you have a little boy or girl, you can't go wrong with this game. It's probably the best Kinect game next to Dance Central. The game is easy for anyone to jump into. My 7yo learned everything it had to offer in about an hours time. She has never been so addicted to a game before. It gets them off the couch, and is a very active game. Lots of kicking, rolling, running and jumping. Considering it's a launch game, I was very impressed how in depth and how much the player was able to do. Besides the kinect motions itself, what really impressed me was how great this game looks. It's obviously the best looking pet game in existence and kids will fall in love with these furry funny felines as soon as the game starts. It's a good mesh of taking care of your pet and setting off a big adventure with your pet on this tropical island. I myself find myself playing it a little bit and I was amazed how much I enjoyed it.
The only down side with the game is that the controls can be frustrating for little ones and patience is the key. The kicking of the ball and throwing balls and toys at targets can be challenging. But it takes some patience and adjusting to the controls to get it down. The game also has voice recognition for your pet and sometimes it doesn't seem to always respond to your orders or tricks when called out. But overall, it seemed pretty consistent.
This is a must have game if you have the Kinect, and if you have children, it's a no brainer. Just make sure your kids do their homework before they play this one, because they won't want to quit!
I followed every suggestion, started from page 1 and I am convinced this was the perfect choice in NCLEX review books!! I love the way it is written, I can relate to every scenario and tip it offers. I have taken each sample question and followed their advice. Now that I am almost finished with the book, I am able to answer most questions correctly. I am confident that by the time I sit for my NCLEX next summer, if I continue to quiz myself according to Kaplan, I will do very well! I have recommended this book to my classmates and I look forward to succeeding with them because of it!