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 The Book Cover.
The Book Cover.
Hi guys, I had read the book a few months zamani and I was not at all impress about it for a number of reasons. So, here are my thoughts and review about it.

The Chapters

This was the number 1 reason why I was not very fond of, because the chapters were so confusing that I could not keep up with the story itself. It was like the mwandishi was jumbling with the chapters, especially the story-line itself.

The Story-Line

Speaking of the story, it was very slow pace that I could not keep up with it! It also has to much repetition in it, could not the mwandishi just get to the point of who is the killer? That...
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Alan Weisman
2007-2008
St. Martin’s Press

– A fascinating eco-thriller … Gripping

The simple but irresistible premise of Alan Weisman's The World Without Us - what would happen to the planet if human beings simply disappeared - lit up imaginations even as it ignited controversy around the world.

Weisman's "thought experiment" examines what would happen in both the immediate and distant future to the land, the animals, the oceans, our cities, our art, and all manner of things we take for granted if we were no longer here. Would the seas again teem with fish? Would our concrete jungles crumble...
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We hear a lot about sexism against females, and some people think this extends to books, which it probably does. A lot of vitabu have no females in them, au only have weak female characters, like damsels in distress which are just there to be saved kwa males. But recently, there has been a lot of strong, resourceful new female book characters. Here are my favourite strong heroines- and two of them are from vitabu written kwa male authors, so well done men for realising that females can be string too.

1) Kestrel Hath, from The Wind on moto series kwa William Nicholson.
Most of wewe probably haven't...
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