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  • Trina - Great Pice And A Great Product!!!

    I got a tablet for my birthday and wanted a sd card for it and so I wanted to find something that I could afford, as well as something that had a lot of memory. As soon as I received the card, I put it in and was able to download apps for my tablet and it went straight to my memory card. When I read other reviews I was a little unsure but with Amazon's return policy, I thought why not? I had nothing to loose and bought it. I have never regretted it. I defiantly recommend this memory card; it works and it's a great price!!

  • JJ - ALIGN HELPED ME ALOT

    I am a graduate student and spend most of my time in a classroom or behind a desk in a quiet room. My stomach would make terrible noises, and I often had to leave class early and even step out before completing exams. I wasn't sure what to do or what was wrong. My doctor recommended I try Align before nuking my bowels with powerful prescribed medication. After about my third week on Align I noticed tremendous differences. I have been taking Align for about 2 months now, and I have almost no bowel issues. I also feel energized and awake in all my classes. I can focus and pay attention to what is going on without having anxiety about my stomach noises. This product is amazing, and I am so glad I was able to manage my issue with a relatively inexpensive over-the-counter probiotic.

  • Matt W - Take The Leap And Give It A Try

    About a month ago, I was in the same boat as many who are reading this review. I'd heard about this diet and was instantly skeptical. I was diagnosed with Crohn's disease four years ago and have followed the common path of increasing and adding medications. I was about to start a new medicine that I was told should work pretty well. I was also told that young males, such as myself, have on occasion developed a rare form of lymphoma while taking this medicine. Thanks, but no thanks.

    I was shocked at the amount of glowing reviews the Specific Carbohydrate Diet had received but was still in disbelief that this could actually work. I am four weeks in and have gone from symptoms that were quite debilitating to now being at the point where I at times forget I have a chronic disease. Those with Crohn's know how great a feeling that is or would be for those that haven't experienced it.

    The book, as many have mentioned, is short but to the point. You receive all the information you need to get going. Once you've read the book, there are numerous resources online to use.

    I cannot encourage you enough to give it a shot if you have any gastrointestinal issues. It took me a while, being a naive 20-something, to realize that doctors do not have complete knowledge of every disease and malady the human race faces. Take control of your life and feel empowered that you are healing yourself. Good luck.

  • A. Lee - Not Amazing, but certainly a Very Good Read

    Sascha Duncan has a deadly secret. She's one of the ruling Psy, a breed of humans who all have psychic abilities of some kind, but who have been conditioned from birth to have no emotions (particularly rage) in order to create a more perfect society. Her mother is a powerful member of the Council. Sascha is a cardinal Psy and ought to have had extraordinary power. Instead she tests low or average, a great disappointment. And worse, she has emotions that she needs to bind tightly, for the Psy do not tolerate aberrants and if discovered, she'll be sent to a 'rehabilitation center' and be mind-wiped.

    Sascha works for her powerful family's business, which is participating in a rare deal with the changelings, Lucas Hunter in particular, the alpha of the DarkRiver pack who can shape-change into panthers and jaguars. The Psy look upon changelings and humans as lesser beings, but business is business. The changelings don't care for dealing with the Psy, either, but Lucas has an ulterior motive: changeling girls have been murdered and he suspects a Psy is behind it, but the Psy Council denies any Psy is less than perfect and all official investigation is mysteriously blocked. Lucas hopes to use Sascha, the liason with the Duncans, to gain information before it is too late and another changeling dies. Too bad he feels strangely attracted to the cold and perfect Psy...

    The different social structures of the ruling Psy and the changelings make a fascinating backdrop for this story. The mystery itself is not amazing, but it is good enough to create suspense and drive the plot ahead.

    Sascha is a sympathetic character; strong enough to survive among the Psy despite her secret and strong enough to fight for what she cares about. Lucas is the typical alpha male, dominant and sensual, but not over-the-top and obnoxious. They make a good match, which is essential in a romance.

    The Amazon reviews are mostly raving... I don't think this book was so incredible, but it was certainly superior to many similar stories out there, and the world-building added an extra-dimension of interest. It was a well-written, satisfying tale with two strong characters, so it is worthy of a top rating.

  • Carol Roberts - Very Enjoyable Book with an Unexpected Conclusion

    Jess Walter takes us to the coast of Italy, to Rome, to Hollywood, to Idaho, and to a quick visit to England and Scotland in this very enjoyable book. It starts at Porto Vergogna, a tiny village in a crack in the cliffs of Italy's coast accessible only from the sea. Pasquale Tursi, innkeeper of a very small hotel, suddenly has as a guest a pretty American actress. Dee Moray, who is said to be dying of stomach cancer. She brings a new aspect to his world and new insight to his own problems.

    The book takes us back and forth in time from 1962 to recent time, meeting the producer, Michael Deane, who sent Dee to that isolated spot; Alvis Bender, an American writer who can't seem to write his book; Claire Silver, who checks scripts that come to Deane, and Shane Wheeler, who is pitching a script about the Donner party. We briefly visit the set of Cleopatra in Rome, where Richard Burton is at loose ends while Eddie Fisher tries to save his marriage to Elizabeth Taylor!

    Later we follow Pat Bender, Dee's son as he takes his comic-music dialogue to England and Scotland, and then has to find his way back home after his sponsor deserts him. The story ends as Pasquale, now 50, comes to America to seek Dee and brings the activities of 1962 to life again and to an unexpected conclusion.

    This is a most engaging book. One thing I particularly enjoyed was a final chapter that told what became of everyone, including a cameo appearance by a German-soldier/artist.