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1. Title:Biotechnology for Waste and Wastewater Treatment

Author: Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff

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Publisher:William Andrew





Destinee Sutton Review: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. When I was about halfway through this book, I started making a list of its similarities to Harry Potter. Here is a sampling from that list:

1. There are three young heroes: a brainy girl (Annabeth/Hermione), a funny screw-up type (Grover/Ron), and a somewhat troubled but very brave lead (Harry/Percy).

2. People freak when the Harry/Percy character says the name of a powerful character.

3. The main bad guy (Kronos/Voldemort) is seeking to return to his former power, but most people are totally in d


Christina Review: Picture book written in first person about Johann Sebastian Bach's life. Simple story of how he always heard music in his head, saw patterns everywhere that manifested as music, came from a long line of musicians, and so forth. The illustrations are drop-dead gorgeous, acrylic paintings, double-page spreads, with some really nifty portraits of people composed entirely of sheet music! They are delicate and look a lot like 18th century artwork (author cites his influences of Pieter Bruegel and Ant


Verona Review: As I said, my son with whom I share Kindle books, has been sharing the children's books that he chooses for his little kids, and I love them! They are as good as the adult and young adult fiction that I'm reading. They teach such great lessons, and in a clear, understandable way. Little kids are lucky to get taught this way while they're young and will listen. This is a good life lesson to learn about not always getting what you want in life. Thanks, Ryan.


Garima Review:
Know what they say about novels such as Infinite Jest: Don’t seek Perfection or Pleasure but rather seek the Infinite Possibilities.

I have a lot to say about this book but before that there’s a little I don’t want to say about it. Here it is:

☽This book is never ending.

☽It bored me at times too.

☽Some of the end notes were annoying.

☽I read many other books when I was supposed to read this book.

☽Whenever somebody asked me what IJ was all about, I was unable to come up with a clear-cut answer.

☽I ski


Oriana Review: I guess I'm a little too young to have known better... What I though I knew of Peanuts was the tired, same-ten-or-so punch lines of this strip in the Sunday Washington Post in the '90s. I always thought it was pretty stale and insipid.

When I read this collection, however, I was blown away. These early strips are punchy, bitingly clever, hilarious, and mean -- a clear predecessor to Calvin & Hobbes, my most beloved comic strip ever. Highly impressive.


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