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  • E. Kennen - A Cumpulsive Read

    Willow is a genius who's observational skills and medical prowess make Sherlock Homes and House, MD look like amateurs. A lover of life, she is a gifted horticulturalist. What she's not so good at, however, is understanding how people work. Which is too bad because, having the particularly horrendous luck of being orphaned twice, she must now navigate through unimaginable pain and loss while unmoored to any particular community.

    Except... maybe Willow does have more support than she first realizes, from the most unlikely sources: a taxi driver who thinks she's his guardian angel; an inept, angry guidance counselor; and a Vietnamese family who live in the garage behind their mother's nail salon.

    Willow thinks so differently than most people that I can imagine some young readers will find her offputting... at first. But her quirks and logic are entirely endearing and soon begin to feel natural... to everyone, except Willow herself. Her first person narrative is divided by third-person glimpses at the people who's world she's changing... and who are changing her world.
    This was a compulsive read - the 300-odd pages just sailed beneath my fingertips. Author Holly Goldberg Sloan does an amazing job of bringing the statistical anomaly that is Willow to life, and of making her feelings and actions seem realistic, while somehow retaining a lightness and hope even in Willow's darkest hours.

    Willow might not resonate with every young reader, but to those she does, she will not soon be forgotten.

  • JP - Don't waste your time with any other book.

    I have read at least six back books. I started with "fix your own neck" which did lead to some immediate relief but didn't solve the main underlying problem and in the end led to other problems (my humble opinion as an ignorant "patient"). I had upper back spasms which were recurring and general upper-back and neck discomfort. I was diagnosed with disk compression and a form of arthritis. For three years the best back center I could find, Emory Ortho-Neuro Spine Center could only give me anti-inflammatory and physical therapy. The third physical therapist did some good but generally they didn't help, but were quite expensive. I suffered further spasms, daily discomfort and my $100,000-a-year-surgeon and spine specialist / professor doctor insisted that only anti-inflammatory would help. He insisted this problem would not, could not, go away.

    I will not waste your time with the list of books that wasted my time except to say that I did get some benefit from the Fixing Yourself series book on neck and shoulder pain but it did not address the underlying problem that I had and I continued to have spasms after applying the stretches and exercises in that book.

    After reading Gokhale's book, and now with two months of working on its methods, I can say it probably would have saved me three years of disabling pain and discomfort and another decade of discomfort before that if I had picked it up earlier. I have taken only one or two anti-inflammatory pills in the last two months. Prior to that I needed 15mg of Mobic two to three times a week to feel human.

    In addition to helping you out, this book offers a real explanation to the astronomically high percentage of adults in western society that face back problems: The fashion industry starting in the 1920's. The evidence in pictures is very convincing and makes perfect sense once you see the many visual examples in the book..

    I didn't buy the book earlier because it seemed too good to be true. If you could have a pain free back in 8 steps, why would so many people continue to suffer back pain? Answer: most people don't have the book. I'm not easily sold on get rich quick schemes.

    Bottom line is that this book is a life-saver and I owe it to the people on Amazon who have bothered to spend some time to rate this book with five stars. It is very rare that a book has five full stars with over 250 reviews. So I bought the book. If not I would still be suffering today, probably on my way to an ulcer and early disability. I am only 36 years old, active, eat healthy....

    If the conclusions of this book were generally known, it would end billions of dollars of annual medical industry profit in pills and surgery, not to mention products, massages etc.

    For $15 it is literally worth its weight in gold for people with back problems.

    A final note. The book says that these postural problems addressed in the book have been known to cause irritable bowel syndrome. I have had ongoing bowel problems and one in particular has improved substantially since I started following the steps in the book.

    Recommendation to author: include back spasms in the list of things this book addresses. It is mentioned in the text but not explicitly in any summary that I found.

  • Patri "Pat" "Patri" - Works great

    This software is everything I wanted. I had the older version of board games which had a problem with the parchise. This one has no problems. It has a large variety of games. With the older versions we had to buy the card games and the puzzle/board games separate. So save money with all in one.

  • A. Gumbus - Quicken Premier 2012

    Quicken has upgraded the 2011 version with great success. The entire program runs faster, backs up data faster and downloads data (Stock and Mutual Fund prices faster). I run this program in VMware Fusion 4.x on my iMac and it performs perfectly. Integration with the network, printers and the iMac is perfect. I would highly recommend this 2012 version of Quicken to anyone who wants to take control of their finances and wants to run it on an iMac with Fusion.