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De meest inspirerende bestemmingen - National Geographic
De meest inspirerende bestemmingen
ISBN: 9789089270214
Edition language: English
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4.0 Mixing Good And Bad
Scientist Victor Frankenstein is obsessed with finding a way to reanimate human life after death. After he successfully fulfills his desire he immediately regrets it, condemning the new horrific life form to live in hiding. As Frankenstein’s new monster learns to understand those around him and his ...
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4.0 EEK! It’s A Spider – What Hides Within by Jason Parent @AuthorJasParent
Jason Parent writes some scary stuff, just look at the cover for What Hides Within and you will see what I mean. Does it make you want to know want to know more? It does me. Cover by Q Design Publisher: Bloodshot Books Amazon / Goodreads MY REVIEW Just looking at the creepy cover makes me c...
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5.0 Take Me Again (The Knight Brothers #1) by Carly Phillips
A romance interrupted gets a second chance to get love right. For Ashley and Sebastian youthful attraction spelled trouble for a happy ending. Years later, the girl nobody wanted has become the woman he can't forget. In the name of love, can the playboy with a naughty past become the man, he never t...
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4.0 The House of the Seven Gables (Hawthorne)
Somehow I missed this during my omnivorous reading of the 19th century gothic in my undergraduate years. I read it now from the point of view of someone who distinctly resembles fractious, unsightly Hepzibah far more than the idealized "little woman" Phoebe (though perhaps I have always been more a ...
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2.5 Pismo. Magazyn opinii, nr 1/styczeń 2018
W styczniowym numerze najbardziej zainteresowały mnie:- "Mały fiat skapywał na podwórku" (str. 2-6) - opowiadanie Ignacego Karpowicza.- "(...)" (str. 7) - czyli zasługujący na uwagę wiersz Piotra Matywieckiego.- "Cholerne czarodziejstwo. O dziennikarstwie" (str. 8-14) - wywiad z Haliną Bortnowską.- ...
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