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How do you enjoy life in a complex world? Are you happy at all times?
That is the answer of many. Life is about moving forward with a set of emotions such as happiness as well as sadness, pain, anger, loneliness. How many people look at every event that happens every day, every moment of their life and look for a reason to be happy with it? They spend their time mourning for what they could not get more than what they received.
In the struggle for power, the greedy for power seek to trample on the weak and rise to the top. But is power eternal?
One day that power will dry up. But what did the weak get? Only loss, separation and eternal grief.
The story begins with World War II and a noble family in Germany.
Love, how do you define it?
James Rollins’ second book I read was “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull“. As for James Rollins, he is best known for writing action-adventure/thriller, mystery, and techno-thriller novels. The story begins with Indiana Jones and his accomplice being abducted by a group of Russian soldiers while excavating in Peru. Its leader, Colonel Irina Spalko who was a beautiful, intelligent but fierce warrior in KGB. What is their purpose?
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WONDERFUL Post.thanks for share..more wait .. ?
Read unread used to be my fav way. Now kindle does it for me
Such a fun post. I have old bookcases with different height shelves, so my books are primarily organized by height.…
Every time I read I manage to lose my bookmarks so I just put in a random piece of paper…
Thank you for your comment and book recommendation 🙂
I loved this book. Its been more than a year I have read it. But, we know the author has…
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