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Robertson Dean
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Tolle Lege!.
Tolle Lege!. rated it 7 years ago
The author gives a fairly good look at how Virologist think and see the world. He'll explain in general terms how they see the world and what kind of work they do. I would strongly recommend this book for anyone who thinks they might want to enter the field or for those who have not read any other...
Jessy's Books
Jessy's Books rated it 7 years ago
If this book were broken into two books I would’ve given I Am Legend 4 stars and Other Stories 2. So average 3. I Am Legend was an interesting story, though extremely mopey at times, particularly in the first half. I liked the slow reveal of the world and Neville’s back-story; the element of mystery...
Thewanderingjew
Thewanderingjew rated it 8 years ago
This unusual book tells the story of World War II, from the perspective of a German hero, Franz Stigler, a boy who once wanted to become a priest but whose love of flying led him, instead, to become a fighter pilot, a flying ace, whose act of mercy saved the life of an American soldier. He never joi...
Thewanderingjew
Thewanderingjew rated it 8 years ago
This unusual book tells the story of World War II, from the perspective of a German hero, Franz Stigler, a boy who once wanted to become a priest but whose love of flying led him, instead, to become a fighter pilot, a flying ace, whose act of mercy saved the life of an American soldier. He never joi...
Inklings
Inklings rated it 9 years ago
Lee Harwell is a writer with writer's block and a detective's need to uncover just what happened to his wife and her friends in a meadow in the 1960's. There was a guru, a ritual, and, at the end of the night, a dismembered body. Harwell's wife, Lee Truax, has been obstinately silent about the event...
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