এই পৃষ্ঠায় আমরা আপনার জন্য সমস্ত তথ্য সংগৃহীত করেছি কোন বই পড়ব(হার্ডকভার) বই, বিনামূল্যে ডাউনলোডের জন্য অনুরূপ বই, পর্যালোচনা, রিভিউ এবং লিঙ্ক তুলে নেওয়া হয়েছে পোর্টাল - ট্রেন্ড বই লাইব্রেরি আশা করি আপনি আমাদের সম্পাদকদের দ্বারা সংগৃহীত সামগ্রী পছন্দ করেছেন কোন বই পড়ব(হার্ডকভার) এবং আপনি আবার আমাদের দিকে তাকান, পাশাপাশি আপনার বন্ধুদের পরামর্শ দিন। এবং ঐতিহ্য দ্বারা - আপনি শুধুমাত্র ভাল বই, আমাদের প্রিয় পাঠকদের।
কোন বই পড়ব(হার্ডকভার) বিস্তারিত
- প্রকাশক: বইঘর
- প্রকাশনার তারিখ:
- ভাষা: Bangla
- ISBN-10: 9847016001121
- ক্রম: 1st Published, 2014
কোন বই পড়ব(হার্ডকভার) বুক রিভিউ
Gabriel Dorantes _abriel_orantes — I still own this book, although it has been many years since I read it. I really enjoyed it- one I hope to read with my kids someday.
Joachim Janowski janowskiphoto — People do things, we say, "out of the blue," "all of a sudden," "out of nowhere." These phrases support the popular myth that predicting human behavior isn't possible. Yet to successfully navigate through morning traffic, we make amazingly accurate high-stakes predictions about the behavior of literally thousands of people. ...So here we are, traveling along faster than anyone before the 1900s ever traveled (unless they were falling off a cliff), dodging giant, high-momentum steel missiles, judging the intent of their operators with a fantastic accuracy, and then saying we can't predict human behavior. Wow. Really impressive, and everyone should read it - GdeB was systemizing intuition way before it ever occurred to Malcom Gladwell, and with way more useful results. He runs his own personal safety and crime-solving consulting firm (I guess is the best way to describe it), and after hearing his clients say for years "I don't know how it happened. . . . . . . . . . Well, there was this one thing that seemed a little off..." and seeing things escalate (or not, and why) with thousands of stalkers and disgruntled ex-employees, -lovers, -partners, -you-name-its, here is all of that information put together in almost a how-to book, so that we can do everything in our powers to keep ourselves and people we love out of bad situations. Think of someone you know whom you might call a control freak. That person, like most violent people, grew up in a chaotic, violent, or addictive home. At a minimum, it was a home where parents did not act consistently and reliably, a place where love was uncertain or conditional. For him or her, controlling others became the only certain way to predict their behavior. People can be very motivated to become control experts because an inability to predict behavior is absolutely intolerable for human beings and every other social animal. (The fact that most people act predictably is literally what holds human societies together.) I've successfully lobbied and testified for stalking laws in several states, but I would trade them all for a high school class that would teach young men how to hear "no," and teach young women that it's all right to explicitly reject. GdeB on TV news sensationalism (you may remember him strolling down a street in South Central LA with Michael Moore in "Bowling for Columbine"): Soon it will be "Robbers who hide out in your purse until you get home!" followed by a checklist of warning signs to look out for: "Purse feels extra heavy; purse difficult to close; unusual sounds coming from purse..."
çakmak Kazım kzmckmk — I thought this was one of the funniest sci-fi books I've ever read. I finished it just before the American movie came out and they did an excellent job. Just remember, DON'T PANIC!
Lucile Chabre lucilechabre — I read Madame Bovary when I was in my early 20s and feared I resembled her too much--that her temperament would be mine, too, as I moved through adulthood. Twenty years later I've re-read it and this time I see her largely as her own obstacle. I won't say she is 100% to blame for her misery, but she certainly doesn't help herself. What can a woman do in 1850s anywhere? She can become a nun, a wife, a prostitute, or perhaps some respectable thing, albeit stifled and likely poor. So, I get it--her options are limited, and she chooses marriage to the wrong man, but also, and more importantly, with the wrong notions of how this thing's gonna go. Whatever path she chose, her outcome would have been the same, I'm afraid. I don't know what would make Emma happy. Even the affairs and the pretty things don't do it, because we as modern people know her damage is on the inside, and also from the society and time into which she was born. What prompted me to re-read this was the movie from 2014, which was well done but very different from the book. The movie doesn't do quite as convincing of a job to illustrate Charles's mediocrity as the book does (it actually begins with him as a younger man, and his character is shown in contrast to the pharmacist Homais as well), Emma has no child in the movie, etc. Much of the difference between book and movie doesn't affect the story or character, but I do feel as though the picture of Charles and the lack of the child do make a difference. Emma is not only an unhappy wife but an unhappy mother who mistreats and neglects her daughter, which we see in the book and likely makes readers feel differently about her. Understanding just how simple Charles is lends greater sympathy to Emma in the book. At any rate, the novel remains a five-star excursion, and it was an interesting endeavor to return to it as a 43-year-old woman.
Mengyang Zhu 56217867576fe — Stacey has done it again! This book was great. You can't help buy fall in love with her characters. She leaves you wanting more. I found myself at the end of the story, flipping back and forth to make sure I read correctly and it was the end . . I wanted just a little more time with them.
Nugo Mikhanashvili meloune — This is probably one of my top five greatest reads of all time. I adore Tony Bourdains sense of humor (and pretty much everything about him). And I'm also a "No Reservations" addict. I worked in the restaurant industry for over six years, so I could relate to a lot of his stories. It really is as crazy as depicted in the book. A must read!!
Maria Miller mariya5fee — I love the Harry Potter stories. To be honest, this was the first book I read in the series (after having watched all the movies). I really did enjoy the writing style, and how it really keeps you intrigued. However, after 6 books of the same story line, I'm kind of just waiting for an end. There are parts that don't seem to be necessary, and that's distracting to the main story line. Can't wait to read the next book, and finally find out what happens!
Egor Vasilevski _acheter — I think it's a better story than The Grapes of Wrath, but who am I but an unimportant English teacher...I mean really.
Denis Rybin _oscow — The book includes healthy commonsense rules about what to eat and how to eat it. It could, however, have been summarized in about a page and a half.
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