Jimmy Ghanimeh Ghanimeh itibaren San Sebastian, Venezuela
I really liked how she jumped through each of her days, so that the self-explanatory challenges were just mentioned and the reader can just jump to the interesting bits. Despite being anecdotes about her separate challenges, she still managed to connect a few themes here and there, with the help of reoccurring characters in her life and the same feeling of stress over the year. Her witty writing, reflection over her website's comments, and candidness helped the book avoid being another how-to-green-your-life book. It's not just about environmentalism and sustainability, it's a good read.
This is an anthology of 13 Western stories edited by Bill Pronzini and Martin Greenberg. All stories take place in various locations around Arizona. It was published in 1989 by Fawcett. It is most likely out of print. I picked this up at a used bookstore, I'm sure, though I can't remember which one. The anthology contains the following stories. All are reprints except for the Estleman entry. All the stories are enjoyable. There wasn't a dud in the bunch. Some are better than others, of course, but all are excellent. The editors did a fine job of selecting stories. The Tonto Woman by Elmore Leonard The Angel of Santa Sofia by Loren D. Estleman The Hunting of Tom Horn b Clay Fisher One Night in the Red Dog Saloon by Hal G. Evarts Buried Treasure by Stewart Edward White Two-Gun Farewell by C.S. Park Black Horses by Jay Lucas Way of the Law in Calico by John Prescott Specimen Jones by Owen Wister The Tombstone Hearse by Edward D. Hoch The Toll at Yeager's Ferry by Brian Garfield Decision by Bill Pronzini The Code of Arizona by W.C. Tuttle
I love it, love it, love it, love it!!!!! The book was epic, amazing, so fantastic!!!
Even nice guys can be psychopaths
so phlosophic, it made me confuse so comlicated. but it is a special work.
Should be titled: How to teach physics to a dog that already has a good understanding of quantum physics.