I had a hard time adapting to the style and tone. It appeared to me that the author churned out the pages in a fit of passion in a single sitting.
I am not into speed reading nor do I aspire to be. But I do aspire to be consistent with my reading, comprehend more, take lots of notes, and read above my level every now and then.
What it actually turned out to be was an (almost) warm story of a young german girl trapped in—what appears to her still-evolving sense of the world as—weird and unintuitive ways of a warring Nazi Germany.
Generally, I am regarded as a first-hand troubleshooter. People consult me when I am nearby and their PC is giving some problem. And it hurts me so much when I am not able to solve that problem, like it happened in the morning today. Narain Karthikeyan is back in Formula 1. That’s a good news. […]
Although I haven’t yet gotten out of the agony that I got on loosing my previous blog, I am finding this new place quite comfortable. Today, I was feeling like blogging here, after so much time. So, here are some events related to me take took place not too long ago: Granular 1.0 Preview was […]