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I'm a female ( using my new boyfriends account) and I saw this book at a local art gallery. I can honesty say the advice is true and should be used. I know how hard it is to meet guys and in this book it explains where woman like me actually go and see very few guys. This gives great advice on how to talk to a woman and how to really get the date you've been dying for from the right woman. I actually wish someone would have written s book like this for me... :)
The perfect blend of action and emotion. I'm almost embarrassed to admit this, but I snuck away from my family to finish reading the book because I couldn't--wouldn't!--set it aside. When you pick this up, be ready to lock the door! Though I've only read a handful of Ted Dekker books, this is by far my favorite.
When Shauna McAllister emerges from a coma, fingers point at her as the cause of an accident, yet she can't remember the accident, nor the last six months of her life. Along with the heroine, the reader gets to piece her life together to find out who's really working behind the scenes to make sure Shauna doesn't regain her memories and why. From designer drugs to dark motives and dirty money, Kiss takes you on a fast ride.
What I loved about the book is how Dekker and Healy took a character that seemed unlovable in the beginning, and tested her to see if she really knew who she was and what she was capable of. Also, the tight plot left me satisfied in that nothing was left unresolved. If you're looking for a fast-paced read that absorbs you into the story world, this is your book.
Donnie Yen (of Ip Man and Ip Man 2) once again blows me away with an incredible, thoughtful performance in "Dragon." This film's storyline is artfully crafted and put me on the edge of my seat then kicked me out of it, repeatedly, it was so good. The fight scenes were fantastic and action-packed with moves that are a thing of beauty. If you are a fan of Donnie Yen (as I am) or love a great martial arts movie (as I do) with unpredictable twists, then you have to see this.
Takeshi Kaneshiro expertly portrays an intuitive and reflective law enforcement officer (Xu Baijiu) on a quest for truth, and you have to watch this to see if the truth set him free. With great skill and grace, Donnie Yen masterfully plays Liu Jinxi, a multi-faceted character with an abiding desire for peace, but who is thrust into circumstances that put that desire at risk. His beautiful wife, Ayu, (actress, Tang Wei), plays a gentle and vulnerable character with a painful past that tenderly compels you care about her well-being.
While the ending might be controversial to some, it is important to remember that at one point in the movie, Liu discusses his view of karma with Xu...For me, everything ties together neatly at the end and is a movie that I plan on adding to my martial arts collection. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, and recommend it.