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I like that this book starts six months into a relationship and we backtrack to see how they got to that opening moment. A just-legal young woman, Lola Grace, goes out with friends to celebrate her 18th birthday and meets up with Max who for some unknown reason is celebrating his “last night of freedom.” The reader assumes he’s getting married but why does he dread it so much?! He meets Lola Grace and sparks fly. He KNOWS she’s too young for him but he’s drawn to her like she is to him. The next day, after a night to remember with Lola Grace, he marries and meets his new bride’s daughter, none other than, you guessed it…Lola Grace.
Needed to get this book for class but this ended up being great! The stories are so interesting and it keeps you wondering what the next one will be about!
The fit is perfect. So much so, that it looks like the vehicle came with the liner already in it. The color matches perfectly to my interior. It has a lip that will help prevent spills from getting on the carpet. If you don't use the third row, this is a no brainer must buy.
Shane reminded us that big pharm is a company to make profit but not to save people. I think some of the ideas raised by him may not be entirely reliable, but still worth to consider his advice. We cannot totally replace drugs, but certainly some natural products are very helpful. I think even big pharm may not cover the truth as some conspiracy theories suggested, but at least they will not advocate them to the public that there are alternatives. It is a good book, but some ideas are quiet radical, read with a critical mind and you will benefit from it.
Lansing's use of the diaries of the men as his primary source, along with interviews of survivors of the expedition, results in a detailed yet vivid and eminently readable account of this most fascinating survival story. You are able to gain an understanding of all of the men and how they came to be chosen so intuitively by Shackleton, using his unerring sense of not only their particular skills, but also how they would all work together as a team. Lansing also gives you a good sense of their interrelationships as the hardships mounted, along with a real feel for the sheer length and depth of their struggle to survive. You are drawn into the day-to-day struggles the expedition faced and the truly heroic nature of the effort put forth by all - particularly Shackleton. In Lansing's hands, you are able relive the sheer terror and utter exhaustion and deprivation the men faced - especially in what is perhaps the most unbelievable part of the entire adventure: The voyage in a small boat by Shackleton and a few of the men the hundreds of miles from Elephant Island - through the hellish Drake Passage, no less - to South Georgia. He also gives just the right amount of detail regarding the many, many months the men spent on the pack ice, then on Elephant Island while Shackleton made his way to South Georgia and back, and the means they all used to stay alive and relatively sane in situations that would, let's face it, send most modern-day men crying to mama and reaching for the nearest gun to blow their brains out. Also, his recounting of Shackleton's astounding mountaineering feat in his crossing of South Georgia to the whaling station was given its proper due - truly an incredible accomplishment in its own right.