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text 2017-12-13 00:42
Bell Moore Group Inc. Review: The Impact of the Mall to Society

Malls have become a part of every person’s social life and it has been around for about half a century now. It was originally conceived of as a community center where people would converge for shopping, cultural activity, and social interaction (Gruen & Smith, 1960). This complex building composed of various shops and restaurants have become the heart and soul of every community, the foundation of retail industry and serves as a social sanctuary for many people.

 

Visiting a mall is a fun-filled and satisfying experience for many. You can shop almost everything, buy groceries and books, play arcade games, watch movies and eat at food courts, almost all your needs are available in one place. Although e-commerce in on the rise, traditional malls around the world will never become obsolete even in today’s digital age and the increasing popularity of mobile shopping. People still like to shop in the mall as they crave the social aspect and convenience of touching and buying an item on the spot, without waiting or shipping time. Who would not want to get whatever they need under one roof right?

 

The city brought a lot of changed in human living conditions but the mall brought a lot of conveniences to city living. The mall serves a vital purpose in today’s society as they have become a multi-story building that houses a large number of retailers offering various products and services to people. The success of malls is primarily driven by dedicated developers and retailers who keep on finding ways to attract customers and stay competitive in the increasingly competitive mall industry. Bellmoore Group Inc review and supports changes and planned developments of businessmen to improve the retail offering within the community and to ensure that the needs of people are met.

 

Bell Moore Group Inc. has been in the industry for more than 25 years, their experiences made them adept in understanding the shifting values and needs of people in the modern world. It keeps abreast in these developments in order to serve the needs of companies in the business world. 

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review 2017-08-05 00:00
After Impact
After Impact - Nicole Stark After Impact - Nicole Stark A huge asteroid hits the earth destroying it and everyone on it with the exception of about 5,000 who were put in cyrosleep for about 100 years in a cave in the mountain.

Avalon Adams, one of the few that were chosen to be a part of HOPE (Humanity's One Plan for Escape) habitat and she is also the daughter of the man who predicted the asteroid hitting the earth, wakes up earlier than expected. When learning that she woke early it starts a whole lot of questions about some of the things that is going on in the habitat.

Avalon tries to follow all the rules and do the right thing but sometimes the rules are not right. When people start turning up missing or dead she wants to know why. So Avalon starts her own little investigation that could end up costing her, her life or maybe someone else’s’.

If rules are broken and you get three strikes then you are expelled from the habitat. Being expelled from the habitat could be very dangerous to human life as there would probably be no water or if there was then it would not be safe for human consumption and it would also be too cold not to mention the wild life if any were to survive, what about the mutation of said life form?

After Impact is Nicole Stark’s debut novel and for a first novel I would have to say it is very well written. It kept me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end rushing through the pages as if I had an asteroid on my tail. I loved the world that the author created for the habitat with the air locks and the cyrosleep chambers. I would like to have known more about the characters themselves and what their life was like before they woke up in the cyrosleep chambers and the asteroid. Who were they? What happened in the time right before the asteroid hit? What will they find on the outside? What is the world like one hundred years After Impact? I can’t wait to give the next book in the series a shot.
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review 2017-05-05 18:18
Mockingbird (Del Rey Impact) - Walter Tevis  
Mockingbird (Del Rey Impact) - Walter Tevis

The sexism, it burns.

Not a great book. There's the intellectual smugness, a feeling that the vast majority of humanity is Just Not Worth It. Although the author is able to imagine technologic breakthroughs, he can't conceive of a single piece of art worth the name arising in two hundred years, and everything else is just crap. Mostly plastic crap. There are good drugs, and pot is ubiquitous as the smoke of choice, but there isn't a single new good thing for hundreds of years except the thought buses. Hell, he can't even go so far as to imagine women wearing pants. The smartest human surviving is a woman, but she doesn't get an active role, she's just the passive love interest.

Nonetheless, he did have some very nice things to say about reading, so not entirely worthless.

Library copy

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review 2016-10-11 14:41
NetGalley Review: Moment of Impact
Moment of Impact - Rene D. Schultz

I received this book via NetGalley and the author to give an honest review.

 

You know right from the start I was into the book though I kept wondering what is this moment of impact? We enter the lives of seven people who have never met each other before but yet all their lives will entwine on one fateful day. 

This book to me felt like a destiny book, by that I mean it was destiny for them to be in that place at that time because things for them come to light. We have a husband who will lose it all. a young woman who will find a long lost relative, a man who will lose the love of his life (let me tell you now the whole scene with the hospital and the church had me bawling).  A mother who is in a depression but still fights on for her children, a young man who cares for his mother so much that he will do an unthinkable crime. A father who is famous but maybe not for long, last but not least a man who will feel the world and the sorrow on his shoulders. 

Each of these people will have have a new life because of this incident and it was amazing to see how they each adapted to their new life that they were given.

I really liked all the characters but I think the one I felt the most for minus Harper's story was Enrique. You could just feel the way he felt within the story and I wanted to just hug him through the pages and tell him it is okay. You don't have to have this burden anymore. 

 I will tell you this though please make sure when you start a new chapter you actually pay attention as a new chapter is a new character. 

Overall this book was a good one for me I truly enjoyed how we not only got the background of the characters but it was all woven together wonderfully.

 

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review 2016-09-21 19:02
Making an Impact (Men of the Ice Book 6) by Michele Shriver
Making an Impact (Men of the Ice Book 6) - Michele Shriver

Michele Shriver’s MAKING AN IMPACT is a fun addition to the Men of the Ice Series.  Executive director of the San Antonio Generals Charity Foundation, Charlene Simmons, is celebrating her fortieth birthday at a surprise party that was thrown for her.  Celebrating is the last thing she wants to do, feeling a bit depressed about the occasion.  Nothing that a one-night-stand with NHL center Casey Denault won’t cure, but one night will not be enough.

 

I like Charlene.  She is working her dream job.  She is successful.  She should be happy, but she’s not.  Casey is a good guy.  He has the reputation of a playboy.  He typically does not date women.  I appreciate that age does not bother him.  Like most hockey players, Casey is superstitious.  I like that Char is lucky for him.  They make a cute couple, with great chemistry.

 

I like that Jessica (book 5) was in this story.  Seeing how she is Char’s best friend it is only appropriate.  The two have a wonderful friendship.

 

I enjoyed the plot.  It was realistic and entertaining.  Being a Six Flags Season pass holder, I like that they go to Six Flags Fiesta Texas.  The story gives a good example of the mistakes to make on social media.  At 103-pages, the story is a quick read.  I’m looking forward to Noah’s story in the next book BREAKING THE ICE.

 

Complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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