Leonid Zaporozhskiy Zaporozhskiy itibaren Putri River, North Matan Hilir, Ketapang Regency, West Kalimantan 78813, Endonezya
Lord Ian Mackenzie spent years in an insane asylum. Now he has fixated on Beth, a rich widow determined to live life to its fullest. What an unusual book! Ian is a fascinating character, and seems to have some sort of autism. His condition makes the book different than other historical romances, but also sweeter. Beth is also an unusual character, able to come to terms with who Ian is while at the same time not losing herself in the process. The Mackenzie family is wonderfully oddball too, and I can see a lot of promise in their stories as well.
Good cocktail party examples of current statistical applications. Learn how credit card companies can predict divorce and why oenophiles are against quantitative analysis of weather patterns. But the book doesn't get beyond a list of interesting uses or applications. There's no surprise in the book other than 'they are watching and tracking our every move and purchase' and no grand theory other than 'computers allow the use of greater sized data sets and more quantitative analysis over qualitative experts.'
my favorite Burma book