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I tried over and over to use this book, but it wasn't nearly as helpful as any websites I found. I don't know of one time the book helped me better than any websites. I would have preferred to only use the book but it just wasn't helpful enough.
Did not find this book particularly helpful. Had to buy another book to figure out Access 2013. (I used to be a whiz at Access 2000. Thought this book would be a sufficient refresher.)
After losing about 40 pounds, I had been stuck at the same weight for months. I exercised daily, ate well, but my progress just stopped. I received a sample of this product, and within a couple weeks I had broken through whatever barrier had me stuck. Did it work miracles, no. Did it help get me where I needed along with workout and diet, yes.
Poison ivy vines are pervasive in my neighborhood. I spend hundreds every year trying to rid it from my yard because I am a member of the unfortunate group of people who contact poison ivy when the wind blows (assuming particulate matter has come in contact with urushiol oil before becoming airborne). When I contact poison ivy, no matter how often I scrub the afflicted area nor how frequently I apply anti-histamine lotion, the itch remains maddening, yet I refuse to take oral or injected steriods. Who needs their blood sugar elevated for 6-months, fluid retention, or an increased appetite resulting from steriods? Presently, I have a rash on my lower, inner arm. I received my order of Zanfel on Friday evening and with the first application, the itch dissipated and by morning 75% of the rope-like rash had disappeared. Because Zanfel is not available locally, I'm definitely ordering more product from Amazon.
This story was written quite well. It delves into a sense of madness that happens when life throws you a curve ball. I enjoyed how each chapter was either "before" or "after" letting the reader see what lead to certain actions and the actions as they played out. Now, while I may not identify with Evelyn in some respects, I can see how she fell into the choices she was making. And ultimately, that is the sign of good writing, being able to emphasize with a character and feel for them because they have depth. So, thanks to the author for that!