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Netkata Interactive Interactive itibaren Purba Ariagaon, West Bengal, Hindistan

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I sang my way through this book, thanks to a seemingly endless listing of good tunage. The way the author wove lyrics into descriptions and memories was just fantastic. On the whole it's just well-written and left me with words to finally describe what I and so many millions of other people feel about the music we share with one another -- "When we die, we will turn into songs, and we will hear each other and remember each other." Given the title it's obviously a lovely mix of the bitter with the sweet, but by far the sweet wins out. (I mean, he totally had me at Gregory Abbott and some "Shake You Down," which charts a very specific lite-rockin' moment in time for me back then.) I never thought I'd miss a cassette tape, but this book brought back so many amazing memories of all my own tapes that have long since been discarded ... My favorite mix from this book is "the comfort zone" chapter, as I, too, loved me some Hi-Five -- and mad bonus points for including some Mint Condition "Breakin' My Heart (Pretty Brown Eyes)." That was completely my song, and probably still is ...

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This is a great book for hiking. Lightweight but big words so you read it slowly. Unfortunately the suspense of the action leads you to rush through it which also means you miss what are, according the back jacket and I believe it, some excellent descriptive sections and impressionistic imagery. Instead what you get caught on is the weird, weird dialogue. Surely the women's manner of speaking especially is pure invention.