Mai-K, unforgettable
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 73% (73 of 100)



Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,033 - Total Helpful Votes: 73 of 100
Parallel Play by Tim Page
Parallel Play by Tim Page
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I was totally disappointed at this book mainly because the author was mainly talking about his younger days. I did understand he was diagnosed with Asperger's(AS) when he became middle-aged. But He was writing about his younger days in most of this book and I didn't see the connections with his diagnosis. I have read several autobiographies written by Aspergians/Auties. And most of them expressed their diagnosis with their conditions well enough. But Tim Page didn't. He did talk about his Asperger's a little bit in the Epilogue. In other words, he seemed to take too long to reach his story on his AS. I would have understood this book more deeply if he had showed me the details of how he got… Read more
Issenman Kai No Kiss ~ Mai Kuraki
Issenman Kai No Kiss ~ Mai Kuraki
I'm really intrigued by Mai-K's sophisticated way of expressing her lyrics. The single is so well-organized I found no contradiction in the lyrics. Basically 1000mankai no Kiss sounds sad and melting; at first, she shows the complicated feelings on confessing her love to somebody she loves. I suppose she may indicate she struggles to find how because she may assume he would feel the same. However, in the main and final parts, she decide to say good-bye to her shyness in order to show him loud and clear she loves him very much and she feels she would regret for the rest of her life. In short, I would say she tried to say she will try to express her love worth kissing him 10 million times… Read more
Oxford Preparation Course for the TOEIC Test: Stud&hellip by Lin Lougheed
I bet this TOEIC reference is not that difficult as long as you don't worry too much about the English explanations of all the answers. And Both practice tests aren't as difficult as I had expected. The English explanations are so concise and easy-read that I suppose you don't have to be stressed out by the materials written all in English. Certainly the beginners might complain, "Why should I deal with the All-in-English stuff? I can't read all of them!" I guess you might get overloaded if the practice tests are really difficult. But since TOEIC is not for putting everything into your native languages, I believe putting everything word by word is simply a waste of time and effort… Read more