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LOVE IT! LOVE IT! LOVE IT! I got my Kindle at Christmastime, and have been enamored with it ever since. I got the 3G, Graphite model, and even though I live in a remote area, it uses Edge, and am able to download books in about a minute. I haven't worked out all its offerings yet, but in all fairness have not tried. I purchased it primary to read books and put the "read books" into that category, and this works fine for me. Unfortunately, I sprained both hands cleaning snow this winter, but that has not stopped me from reading. Realistically, the Kindle is easier to hold than a DTB. I don't think I will ever purchase a novel DTB again. If you like to read novels, then I highly recommend the Kindle.
I love this kindle. it is our 4th. i am not even disappointed that they cam out with HDX so soon after I bought this. The resolution is great for reading books and watching movies, even if it is not "retina" level. I do think the OS is a little simplistic, and since I am used to Android i find myself wanting to do more things. But as an Ereader and entertainment tablet this works great. the only thing I wish it had was a sd card slot, but i can undertand why it was not in Amazons interest to include one.
To own this without being an Amazon prime member would be absurd.
As a sixth grade English teacher, it was frustrating seeing students place an apostrophe any time a word was plural and ended in the letter "s". It was like the apostrophe became a machine gun and the students sprayed the "s" all over the place. This book will clearly help students differentiate when to use the apostrophe correctly. Bravo to the writers!
I couldn't put this book down. Jess Walters jumps back and forth from one plot to another, from one character to another, balancing one character's heartache with another's shallow maneuverings. This high-speed juggling between past and present, between the sincere and the sordid, makes for grand entertainment.
The downside would be the plot-driven-ness. As Walters speeds into the present, he moves into hyperdrive, swerving around people's lives like a racecar driver trying to take the lead. The result is a whirlwind of action and an accompanying feeling of nausea, but that's all to the point: we're all interested in the fast and the furious and don't really have time for serious reflection or serious books.