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Erin Chung Chung itibaren Cidde Suudi Arabistan itibaren Cidde Suudi Arabistan

Okuyucu Erin Chung Chung itibaren Cidde Suudi Arabistan

Erin Chung Chung itibaren Cidde Suudi Arabistan

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Digital Fortress, Dan Brown'un ilginç bir kitabı. Bu kitap, NSA için çalışan Susan Fletcher adında bir kadın hakkında. NSA, herhangi bir kodu kırabilecek bir makine olan TRANSLTR'ye sahiptir. Ama birisi Amerikan bilgilerini alıp, TRANSLTR bile kodu kıramayacak bir kod yapar. Susan, nişanlısı David Becker, kodu kırmak için geçiş anahtarını almak için kodu yapan bir adam bulmak zorunda iken kodu kırmanın bir yolunu bulmak zorunda. Bu kitap çok etkileyici. Bu kitaptan gerçekten hoşlanıyorum. Bu kitapta çok fazla gizem var. Bu kitap, gizemi nasıl çözeceğimizi düşündürüyor.

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Bu kitap harikaydı. Hikaye durmak bilmeyen enerjiydi ve yazarın karakterleri bir araya getirme şekli olağanüstü idi.

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This book was okay. The story did keep me somewhat interested, but the ending was a surprise.

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Nolan's tired of being called a Nerd simply because he's smart, and what's more he's tired of Bubba Bixby getting away with all the bullying in school! So, Nolan fixes up his backpack, follows Bubba around to catch Bubba in the act with photos and videos, which he then uploads to the web under the heroic identity of...Shredderman! Fun and well balanced with equally fun illustrations, a great series (only four in all) to engage reluctant readers.

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to me it lacked progression. He loved her the whole time and she pretty much loved him back, no real struggle just a happy story.

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Banksy is a name a little more familiar to Londonites, though he's gaining some popularity with the vandals and graffiti aficionados here Stateside. A breath of fresh air in the sea of graffiti writers one sees every day, Banksy is a stencil artist, out of necessity, to shorten the time it takes him to complete a piece, and make it less likely he'll be caught in the process. Wall and Piece collects some of his best pieces in a gorgeous hardback edition, ranging from his anti-Iraq graffiti to mocking the Bobbies to installations he sneaked into prominent art museums. I picked up my edition in London for a pretty 18 pounds.

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I really like Neil Gaiman's stories. I read and reread the Sandman series to devour the stories he buried within the comic. I also like his prose. This book however did not measure up to my expectations. I definitely enjoyed it. But then it is nothing that I would choose to read again. Despite that I still think about the fantastical underworld of the London subway system which he so deliciously describes in these books.