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Classement des meilleurs critiques: 37 180 - Total des votes Utile : 29 sur 29
The Five People You Meet in Heaven de Mitch Albom
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fabulous, 12 juin 2012
This is one of the most beautiful books about man's pilgrimage through life. The plot is amazing. It is difficult for any one to say what his/her purpose in life is or whether ones' purpose has been achieved when the we die. Still it is good for us to remember the troubles of our life, recollect the memories of things, judge the impact they had on those around us or on humanity as a whole, and determine whether we achieved what we've been trying to find out in life. Life's meaning is unveiled for us to understand in this book. Reminds me of Josef Nana in Disciples of Fortune, which is another positively inspiring book.This is a page-turner to recommend.
11th Hour: (Women's Murder Club 11) de James Patterson
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A good Patterson story, 11 mai 2012
I consider good stories to be those that are insightful, engaging and entertaining while rife with lessons. 11th Hour fulfills that. It turned out to be a well-deserved wait. The characters are very real too in a way that most people can relate to them. The pointed narratives and dialogues served their purposes. I enjoyed 11th Hour and Triple Agent Double Cross and will read them again. I like good stories that leave me feeling like I missed something in the story.
THINK FAST DIE LAST (English Edition) de H Elliston
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A page turner, 11 mai 2012
I like action-packed thrillers and H Ellison's Think Fast Die Last fulfills that. The characters are rich and exciting The story is written with a perfect mix of narrative and dialogue which makes it fast-paced and the page-turner that it is. With a brilliant plot that reminds me of Triple Agent Double Cross, this story deserves the credit it has been given so far. Thumbs up H Ellison.