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F.U.: Majoring in Carnal Knowledge by Mickey Skee
This book was just what I like. Nice erotica with a playful and sunny nature all the way around. Nothing dark and brooding, no fear that all hope is lost. Gay or hetero you shouldn't read stuff that brings down your optimism on life and this book was just fun! It's basically a book of short stories linked to the new Professor Mickey Skee. There's even a vampire story and a sci-fi one. All around the world with this book! Victor...ROCKS! (He's the brainy one)
1. No character descriptions, to actually speak of. Usually it's just name, and slam bam thank you Mr. President sir!
2. The beginning of the book was written very well but near the end it lost it's glue… Read more
The Wisdom of the Enneagram: The Complete Guide to&hellip by Don Richard Riso
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I have been looking for insight into my life (I'm a type four go fig) for what seems like an eternity. This book shined a giant flashlight of truth right in my eyes and to this day refuses to take it away. It even pegged everyone in my family down to our manipulations and quirks. Not Astrology, hell this book blows astrology out of the water! Get and it WILL change your life.
Manga Mania: How to Draw Japanese Comics by Christopher Hart
I'm not an Otaku. I'm not some obssesed drooling anime fangirl. But I AM an anime fan AND an artist who takes their work seriously. I don't know what all those other people are talking about with this book. It's very well done.
No it doesn't take you through complete anime stylings. In fact Christopher Hart seems very biased in this book. Especially towards the end in the section where he compares anime and western stle comicking. He PURPOSELY draws western style anime like [stuff]. It's kinda funny.
But in all seriousness. No this is not a book for those who want to be complete anime artist. BUT he does make some good points in this book. He gives a good explaination… Read more