Read Me: 10 Lessons for Writing Great Copy

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Read Me: 10 Lessons for Writing Great Copy

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By the first third of the book I started to skim chapters. Maybe that makes this review invalid but I just could not keep going. There wasn't anything to captivate me anymore. The plot was predictable. The writing was very bland. If you’re interested in the truth behind controversial social issues, this book should be on your must-read book list. The authors reveal the facts behind issues, such as crime, shopping, and drugs. 31. The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power by Shoshana ZuboffThis is a tale of four sisters with their own very different and very prominent personalities. The novel draws the reader deep into their lives as we get to know each of their flaws, joys, struggles, and fears. 15. Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White Slaughterhouse-Five is arguably one of the greatest anti-war books ever written. This rich and amusing tale follows the life of Billy Pilgrim as he experiences World War IIfrom a peculiar perspective. 6. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis

Miss Murray’s arrival in Ash’s life coincides with an escalation in the arguments between her parents, a growing divide between Ash and Cat and the realisation that it isn’t Dylan she wants to be kissing. We’re only a few steps ahead of Ash as she starts to find out who she is and what she wants from life. Ash uncovers new possibilities when she meets Miss Murray forcing Ash to ask herself some big and awkward questions. Kessler doesn’t readily equip Ash with the ability to answer all the questions but instead allows her the strength and space to at least try and work some of them out. A young girl is in love with her new boyfriend. Then she starts to get feelings for her female, school teacher, Miss Murray. Shouldn't it be her boyfriend, Dylan, who makes her feel this way - not Miss Murray, her English teacher?If you want to learn how to invest, add this to your list of must-read books. Author Benjamin Graham is considered one of the greatest investment advisors of the twentieth century. In The Intelligent Investor , you’ll learn about Graham’s philosophy of ‘value investing’ and how to develop long-term strategies that are used by the most successful investors in the world. 23. Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio In the UK there are an estimated 2 million people living with Long Covid, yet their struggles have been largely forgotten by many. First published in 1936, Dale Carnegie’s classic self-help book has stood the test of time. How to Win Friends and Influence People will teach you straightforward methods to improve your relationships – and as a result, your business and personal lives. 26. The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg Hay libros que no aguantan una narración en primera persona, las tramas son ligeras y los personajes solo siguen un guión de niños de primaria. Generalmente, el problema reside en que la narración eclipsa el argumento, haciendo que todo gire en torno a los sentimientos del protagonista. Bien, aquí tenemos un poco de esto y un poco de aquello otro. Amistades dudosas. Quien nunca haya sido traicionado por un amigo que levante la mano. Pues si levantaste la mano eres muy afortunado. Muy. Es algo muy común en la época escolar. Claro que a veces, de una pelea se desata un rumor y del rumor pronto tenemos acoso escolar. También por sentirse aceptado una hace tonterías. Un claro ejemplo de eso es Ash y su amiga Cat, que no tienen nada en la cabeza cuando van juntas y hacen puras tonterías para probarse... ¿nada?

Por un lado me gustó mucho el realismo y con el que se trato esta relacion. Admitamoslo, si la profesora hubiera cedido me hubiera imaginado la relación de Ezra y Aria (Pretty Little Liars) versión gay por el resto del libro. Me gustó el profesionalismo de la Señorita Murray. La lectura fue bastante lenta hasta el punto al que en realidad ansiaba leer, casi al final, cuando ella acepta quién es y lo comparte con los demás. I think the thing I liked most about it was Ashleigh’s journey of self-realisation and the way she comes out to her family. It was really positive and although she faced some negative reactions, she stayed true to who she was.LGBT y el descubrimiento de la sexualidad. Dentro de este nuevo movimiento de la literatura por la diversidad, abundan las novelas con protagonistas masculinos homosexuales, pero los femeninos escasean. Así que leer sobre esto en Read me like a book, de una manera tan sencilla y sin rodeos, es reconfortante. Seguramente ayude a comprenderlo más y como dice una amiga: a que el amor no viene en paquetes de fábrica (y vaya a saber Dios a que mierda se refiere).

The only thing that niggled me slightly with this book was the whole "oh we knew you were gay" reaction Ashleigh got from several people. It just niggled me that they clearly 'knew' when Ashleigh had no idea herself. It says something about stereotypes which I'm not sure I'm entirely comfortable with. Ray Bradbury’s dystopian world shines a light on Western societies’ dependence on the media. The main character’s job is to find and burn any books he can find – until he begins to question everything. Considering the state of current politics and world affairs, this is one of the absolute must-read books in life. 14. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott Si leíste la sinopsis te habrás imaginado una historia de amor entre alumna y profesora y lo cierto es que no es así. Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time is one of the most famous books in science. It discusses the history of cosmology and its development from Ancient Greece through to the 1980s. 30. Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything by Steven D. Levitt I usually avoid books with a teacher student theme to them and when I read the blurb of this book I was tempted to skip it. I'm so glad I didn't, this isn't about a relationship between a student and her teacher. It's a lovely coming of age story about a girl struggling with different elements of her life. Friendship issues, parents who are fighting and her growing crush.

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The Book Thief is a story of bravery, hope, and friendship in a time of Nazi tyranny. Narrated by Death itself, this novel will have you holding your breath for chapters at a time. 9. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte If you’re wondering “what book should I read next,” look no further. In summary, here are 40 must-read books of all time: Classic Novels to Read



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