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It was hard at first for me to understand this. The main chactacters thoughts are thought in the language and vernacular of the period...but once I got used to that I really enjoyed this book and found myself constantly looking on-line for history lessons about Cromwell. I recommend this to anyone who likes historical fiction.
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So I looked for alternatives, and was recommended this book by Jason Vale (aka the Juicemaster - )
Based on reading the reviews of the book I started the regimen before it was delivered, and before finishing reading the book there is already improvement of my skin condition.
I intend to persevere until I am entirely cured, and although I am still taking the methotrexate, I do believe that the improvement is due to the regimen and not the drug.
I have already consulted with my family doctor about discontinuing the drug, and he agrees. Soon I have an appointment with the specialist for the same purpose.
I will come back here and post further when I'm cured.
Having read the book, I truly do not understand why this kind of treatment is considered "alternative treatment", and is not adopted by the medical community. It all makes so much sense, and fully aligns with living a healthier life.
Well actually - I do understand - If everyone believed healing was this easy, a lot of big corporations would be losing big bucks...
Alexander McCall Smith is a deceptively good writer. His books are simple and simply read. But there is a texture and depth to the prose that is not dashed off. The Good Husband of Zebra Drive continues this author's of straightforward stories set in the richness of Africa.
Things are changing at The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency in Gabarone, Botswana. Mma Makutsi is engaged and doesn't really need to work any more. This brings a subtle shift in office dynamics as Mma Makutsi is tempted to take on new challenges. Mma Ramotswe promotes Mma Makutsi to Associate Detective.
And a shift is underway at Tlokweng Road Speedy Motors. The apprentice, Charlie, has an opportunity to go into business for himself. Mr. J.L.B. Matekoni takes on an investigation of his own while his wife, Precious Ramotswe, and her associate are busy with other cases. All the matters are resolved, although not all are satisfactory to the clients or the detectives.
Along the way, everyone learns a lesson. Whether it's grace and mercy, being thankful for your blessings, or learning to be content to bloom where you are planted, McCall Smith draws each character's story with tenderness.
It would be easy to paint Botswana with the brush of trivialization, but the author's love and respect for the land and its people shine through every word. I've never been to Africa but I feel the pull it has on him and others.
Precious Ramotswe and her family are characters rich in love, proud of their homeland, and anchored firmly to a culture where respect is valued and the worst you can say about someone is that they are rude.
We should all be so blessed.
Armchair Interviews says: The Good Husband of Zebra Drive is a very fine book indeed.
My boyfriend I are planning a trip through Europe and this book we've found great help in our pre-planning stages! It's great for exactly that, student travel-- has lots of good tips on inexpensive places to stay and cool attractions to look into. It also offers some discounts on the pages, when you spend money on this book, you save it later.