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The Tartar Steppe by Dino Buzzati
The Tartar Steppe by Dino Buzzati
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A soldier waiting in a fort for his moment of glory in anticipation of meeting his enemy in the battlefield.
Waiting, waiting and waiting....... till you are almost about to give up the book out of sheer boredom, but you still read on hoping for something substantial to happen, but finally end it feeling totally dispirited. And then the book haunts you for a long time .... and that is where I feel the marvel of this book is.

In a world full of books that make you feel good by talking about achievement, success, greatness, and glory here is one book that quite beautifully takes you into a completely different direction and its also not really about a grief stricken tragedy or… Read more
Swissgear GA-7316-06F00 Ibex 17 Inch Backpack - Bl&hellip by Wenger
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Its been 4 years since I got this bag, and it is still with me, and I can say this was the best laptop bag I ever bought. Back then I didn't buy this bag reading any reviews. At that time I was simply looking for a 17" laptop bag and Swissgear was a good brand. It is unbelievable how long this bag has lasted and still doesn't look that ragged or used, and believe me I have abused this bag a lot - with rain, dusty winds and quite some travel. The build quality is really good and its ergonomics makes it quite comfortable on your shoulders to carry around when heavy. I had always been a bit scared carrying my laptop in a bag while it was raining, but this bag has never let me down. My papers,… Read more
Murach's Visual Basic 2005 by Anne Boehm
After going through a lot of hassles on microsoft help and few other books i finally bought this book, and i have no regrets now. This is an excellent book on visual basic and i really liked the format of writing on one page and code and explanation on the other. The code examples are also brilliant and in form of very nice end-products, and the coverage of the various aspects on VB is also pretty extensive.

I had an extensive background in writing VBA and when i switched to VB.net, i started by directly delving into Visual studio and got around with MS help and other stuff like programmer references, and that is probably how most of us amateurs live by. But, if you have… Read more