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  • Harriet Klausner - exciting Christian parableThe McAllister siblings were driving together when a nasty accident leaves Shauna in a coma and her brother Rudy permanently brain damaged. When Shauna awakens from her comatose state six months later, she finds her memory impaired. Her doctor fills in some of the gaps of the accident; informing her she was the driver and her blood level at the time recorded her as under the influence of drugs; she caused the accident ramming into a semi in which her dad has paid off millions already.

    Feeling remorse and guilt Shauna returns home to finish healing. Her father, running for president, treats her like the enemy while her stepmother overtly shows her loathing towards her. Only Wayne Spade, insisting he is her boyfriend though she has no memory of him, treats her with kindness. She soon learns she has developed a new skill, pilfering other peoples' memories. Shauna decides to learn the deepest darkest truth concealed by her father so she can understand why he seems to have always hated her only now he acts more overtly. Sometimes a person is better off not knowing as ignorance will prove bliss because knowledge brings assassins coming for her.

    This exciting Christian parable ironically subtly focuses on the Plato concept that to appreciate the good (in this case the light of God) one must experience the bad (the devilish dark side); inside of a suspense thriller with paranormal elements. Shauna holds the fast-paced story line together with her insistence on learning the whole truth although each revelation cuts a chunk of her soul off and leads to someone wanting her dead. Fans of Ted Dekker will relish this strong allegorical fable filled with suspense yet underlying is the theme of deliverance from the mental anguish if Shauna willingly turns to God.

    Harriet Klausner
  • Hipstr62 - Transform your Prime-al instincts!The Asus Transformer Prime is absolutely amazing! I never used to play games...however, with Nvidia' s new games specially developed for the Tegra 3 abilities, gaming has been taken to a whole new level and I find myself being drawn into playing more each day. The Quadcore processor is amazing and the most complex games play liquid smooth (as in Puddle). Of course, gaming isn't everything and few people buy a tablet just to play games. The ATP is also ultra thin and amazingly lightweight. The resilient Gorilla Glass is great for my ten grandchildren who love this tablet far more than Uncle Brian's iPad! It takes abuse in stride and has not shown one iota of wear. The battery life is excellent...the kids disappear with this thing to play games in the morning and I don't see them till evening and the battery is still good!

    I look forward to getting the keyboard and making this a true "Transformer" in the near future...and, that's probably my only gripe! For the price I paid for this tablet, the keyboard should be included!
  • Michele W. Dorsey - Concise & easy-to navigateThis well-written guide to Tuscany, was concise and easy to read. Best of all it was easy to find exactly the segments which applied to the areas I am interested in. I would recommend this to anyone making a visit to the Tuscany region of Italy, whether for the first time, or a repeat visitor.
  • Lean Machine - Lifelong CompanionI'd been thinking of buying an espresso/cappuccino maker or single-serve coffee maker for quite a few months before running into this little beauty. My desire to have this was triggered by a pricey coffee house drink made from a tea latte. At first sip, I knew I needed this! I've been making coffee and tea lattes in it a few times a day. For coffee latte, just follow the directions. For tea lattes, brew the tea as usual and then add it to the carafe with your milk-product and sweetener. This machine is super easy to use and clean, and it's fast. My drinks take 5 minutes to make between prep and finish. So, for a $99 up-front investment, it's worth it. No more morning-on-the-way-to-work coffee stops for me! If you own this, you can pretty much kiss those expensive coffee drinks goodbye. For instance, my tea latte at the coffee house was almost $6. I bought the tea they use for it online...20 bags for $5.99 though the coffee house sells it for $10.99. You do the math! If you enjoy fancy tea and coffee drinks, you NEED this!