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This was not at all what was advertised. Did not meet even basic requirements for drawing house plans and very difficult to use. No plumbing options is one of the major problems. We purchased a different product which was less money and better.
This did exactly what it says it does. It's super easy to pop in and out, the stroller closes without having to remove it, and my toddler loves having his own console.
I have used Roxio Creator since it was packaged as a little program called MyDVD ver 5, under the Sonic banner. This program was the absolute bomb. Then, Sonic merged it's MyDVD with Roxio Creator and it has been downhill ever since. What a behemoth program called Creator. The renderings have gotten so cumbersome that even my 2.7 GHZ, 6GB RAM, 2GB video ram, all overclocked scream machine cannot handle. We are talking 6 hours for a 1.5 hour production that crashes at the very end of the render (Like literally takes up your machine for 6 hours then crashes). My experience over the years is each new version that comes out works for a while. Then, it starts blowing up. Stay away.
One star seems excessively harsh, but this really is a pointless book. The main problem is the plot. It would be hard to think of a more clichéd plot: a stoic commander, the only voice of reason in an incompetent army, wins the respect of a ragtag company and turns them into bad-asses ... and wait for it, he also has a mysterious destiny and gets betrayed. Jesus wept! There are plenty of well-trodden plots in fantasy and you can get away with it, as long as you do everything else well. However, the characters are shockingly thin; the main character is one-dimensional, the other not even that. The world building is poor, the Roman legionary setting seems half-hearted, the fantasy element is … cringe-worthy seems harsh, but I did start cringing towards the end so it seems appropriate. I feel I should say something nice, so well, the writing is quite good, nothing special, but the story flows along quite nicely. It feels to me like the author decided that fantasy sells well so I'll write a fantasy book, rather than he lover the genre and feels he has something to add.
Hands down one of the best comprehensive guides of Iceland available. We travel extensively and Lonely Planet is one of two publishers we acquire for every trip planning. Full color photos, multiple maps of villages, cities and notable landmarks throughout Iceland, make this book engaging to anyone. Favorite features of the book include - road distances between communities in each overview, Fire & Ice / Wildlife Watching (subsection middle of book) and a pull out map of Reykjavik. I love the history facts contained in each chapter, everything from nordic history to volcanic activity. This is a must have for any traveler, and will join our library of other destinations of where we've been and where we're going.
I found it helpful. It lacks some important dates like some khulfa Rashdin RA but covers a lot. Dates are accurate