Maher Diab Diab itibaren Tsolgo, Võru maakond, Estonya
Bu kitap bana Alacakaranlığı hatırlatıyor. En iyi yazılmış kitap değil, ama atılan vampirle tüm gençlere yakalandım. Bu dizi boyunca esinti yapacağım ve sağladığı akılsız kaçışın tadını çıkaracağım.
Bir ailenin mücadeleleri ve duruşmalarının ötesine geçme yetenekleri hakkında Hıristiyan romanı
"What started as a scientific argument became a political dispute about territory and boundaries. Such is science, such is life." This book is interesting, readable, witty, and often fascinating. There are few books out there on the "central science" of chemistry that aren't actual educational textbooks. Physics gets a lot of wear with philosophical meanderings about quanta and astrologica, and biology is endless with genetics and sociological minutiae, but chemistry is often just relegated to what I've learned in my studies: a very large set of rules with an even larger set of exceptions. This book details the history, intricacies, fun-facts, and a decent amount of science behind the periodic table- both the table per se, as well as the elements behind it. The author takes cues from single elements, their histories and properties and how that has affected human history, but also human history and research and how that played into the discovery of elements. There's a remarkable story here, the cast of characters and lineage of things, and the author really presents it in both an informative and curiousity-peaking way. When you're done with A Brief History Of Time, pick this one up.
When you write a horror novel about sasquatch, you need to make it scary. Because non-scary Bigfoot is just silly.