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Understanding Torts by John L. Diamond
Understanding Torts by John L. Diamond
4.0 out of 5 stars Very useful, Nov. 28 2002
I'm currently a 2L and last year, I used a plethora of study aids. I found this book to be the most helpful for Torts class. The book explains the history behind the subjects and then what the substantive law is. It lays everything out very logically and is organized in a way that makes sense as well. While it doesn't have any comprehensive case summaries, if you truly want to understand the law of torts, you can't go wrong with this book.
e: A Novel by Matt Beaumont
e: A Novel by Matt Beaumont
5.0 out of 5 stars Great cheeky fun, July 18 2001
This is one of the best novels I have read in recent times. Like many of the other reviewers, I was wary of the fact that the book is written entirely as a series of inter-company e-mails. However, Beaumont pulls it off fantastically.
The key element to the humor is the duplicitous nature of the main characters. In the personal e-mails to each other, we see what they really think, and in the business e-mails, and to contrast, the business e-mails are all brown-nosing and have the forced quality of many official e-mails.
There also several running jokes, such as the agency president's e-mails getting diverted to the Finnish office, and the many amorous liaisons among the… Read more
Blackburn: A Novel by Bradley Denton
Blackburn: A Novel by Bradley Denton
All of us have thought about killing other people. It might be the mechanic who cheated you, the professor who unfairly gave you a bad grade, etc. That being said, Blackburn is a book in which the main character actually acts upon these urges.
Jimmy Blackburn has been put down all his life. His parents abuse him, and he's looked at as a failure in life. So, when a cruel police officer harasses him outside a church, Blackburn, having had enough, kills him. This begins a crusade against unfairness and immorality in society. Blackburn begins a crusade against those who wrong others and him.
The story is horrifying and thought provoking at the same time. Blackburn rises against… Read more