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Cristian Ronzio Ronzio itibaren Shadforth NSW 2800, Avustralya

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This book encompasses two pet peeves of mine: the blog-to-book craze and the cookbook-book combination. Blogs fodder is not always great book fodder. I enjoy a well-written blog, but I am less forgiving of a book that is not so well-written. I am not saying this book is not well-written, but I do think that the flow of the stories feel more like blog posts than short stories to me. As for the cookbook/book issue, it's a personal matter of wondering where to house a book like this. Is it a proper book that should reside on the bookshelf, or is it a cookbook that should be used and show some signs of use? I enjoyed this book, and I found a few of the stories rather touching. However, I also found myself rushing through a few stories because they were too "personal journal" for me. Overall, this is a nice collection of recipes and their backstories.

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Graciosa novela corta (cortísima) juvenil sobre los dioses nórdicos. Recupera algunos personajes de American Gods desde una perspectiva más tradicional. El argumento es simple y muy típico de esta mitología. Se podría resumir recordando a Terry Pratchett: "los dioses estaban enzarzados en una batalla eterna con los Gigantes de hielo, que se negaban a devolver el cortacésped y bajar la música" (cito de memoria). Lo típico, ahora ganan los dioses, ahora los gigantes, huy huy, que viene el Ragnarok, el invierno eterno. No tengo más que decir, la novelilla se lee en dos patás y no da para mucho más. Es un viaje del héroe clásico, como diría Joseph Campbell.

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I like the humor in history it gives