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Mothering Multiples: Breastfeeding & Caring for Twins or More!
Mothering Multiples: Breastfeeding & Caring for Twins or More!
by Karen Kerkhoff Gromada
Edition: Paperback

4 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Bit too militant for my liking, 13 Sept. 2009
A book containing some interesting and presumably very helpful technical information about breastfeeding multiples, but seriously militant on the breastfeeding front, to the extent that it almost made me want to ditch the idea of breastfeeding and use formula from day one just out of spite. Maybe that's just me though...


Ghostwritten
Ghostwritten
by David Mitchell
Edition: Paperback

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You think it can't get better, then you read it again., 8 Feb. 2001
This review is from: Ghostwritten (Paperback)
Ghostwritten could be a collection of random short stories, until the reader becomes aware of the interaction between characters and chapters. Very cleverly woven into the story is the crossing of paths that happens to everyone a thousand times a day, combined with the effect of seemingly coincidental meetings. The book flits from Tokyo to London to Ireland to Mongolia to goodness knows where without pausing for breath, and the description of each place is stunningly evocative. Social comment mixes effortlessly with both the beauty and the futility of life, and a healthy dose of humour and irony is thrown in for good measure. Occasionally, there are references to previous chapters which the reader may not have picked up the first time. This is no problem, however, it simply provides a good excuse to start all over again when you reach the end!


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