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  • ISBN-13: 9780323478496
  • Dimensiuni: 216 x 276
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Differential Diagnosis for Physical Therapists: Screening for Referral

cdevedia

I was really surprised by the ending here - it leaves my hanging. I'm hoping the kids are carried over to another story in the series.

2020-08-12 05:19

baek100

I'm another person who wanted to like this book but was unable. I've done a bit of traveling myself. I've literally walked from one side of England to the other. I solo bicycled around Costa Rica for a month. So, the idea of reading about the travels and philosophical musings of a guy who traveled by skateboard was something that grabbed me immediately. Mr Mallory gave me a free copy of his ebook, so I thought I owed him my opinion. I almost decided not post a review when I came to the conclusion that it was going to be highly negative. However, he still has been involved with some great adventures and I think the book could be improved. The Review Unfortunately, the book suffers from several things. 1. The writing style. It was very blocky. The sentences were stilted. It drove me nuts. Now, I'm probably overreacting, the entire book wasn't written like that, but once I noticed it happening, I could see it all the time. 1a. He goes off on tangents or mentions observations and never tells WHY he mentions them. It gives the writing a type of shotgun scattered approach that quickly drove me crazy. He needs to tell the significance of these tangents to his thoughts. Instead, his writing just appears to be a long list list of observations, random thoughts and conversations. 1b. "I". The book is written in the first person, but that shouldn't mean that nearly every paragraph should start with "I". He needs to use "me" and "myself" more. Even better, he needs to find other ways of conveying his words without even using "me", "myself", or "I". 1c. Dialogue. It isn't that the dialogue is badly written... it's that the dialogue is all we are given. He doesn't give his reactions to comments or, what would have given more depth to his book, the physical reactions of other people during the dialogues. His dialogues also suffer from the shotgun effect, many have no purpose... it's like he's including a conversation with someone merely because he held the conversation in real life. It's like me telling a story about getting my first car and including a conversation with a storeowner about the best type of chewing gum. Granted, you could conceivably tie those two things together... but Mr Mallory makes no effort to do so. The writing was so bad that I just couldn't finish the book. I tried several times. The last time, I was laid up with an injury and sincerely made a solid effort. I ended up reading the beginning, skimmed the middle, and managed to choke down the ending. 2. The main character. I started off liking the main character. Hard-working and possessing initiative... while also having a travel-bug and thirst for adventure similar to my own. But by the end, I couldn't stand him. The ending had me envisioning him as a typical "ugly American"... expecting preferential treatment for no reason at all. Perhaps this attitude came about through a "reverse-growth" of his character in the middle of the book that I missed. I don't know. 3. Themes. Like I said, I only skimmed the middle... but one thing I never detected were any themes. There was no plot or direction. It all just read as a person's diary. The problem there is that with a normal diary, we can vicariously watch the writer's friends and enemies grow and change along with themselves. Because the author constantly is on the move, we don't see anyone change other than himself and, like I mentioned earlier, the "reverse-growth" of his character doesn't give us anything desirable there either. 4. Ideas. For someone embracing freedom and travel, I was astounded how much he wanted to impose a one-world government and set of laws on everyone. Talk about destroying the diversity of the things he was enjoying! A lot of his other ideas are not thought out well either. They come across as the random thoughts of a teenage boy... thinking he knows better than everyone else. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but the way the book is written, it merely comes across as arrogant. Was this book the worst one I've ever read? No. However, it is also not ready for publication. This is at the level of a 1st draft, minus grammar/spelling mistakes. It needs several more rewrites before it is ready. He needs to come up with thoughts and themes he wants to get across to his audience. He needs to jettison large tracts that go nowhere. He needs to rewrite his sentences, adding a better flow and better description to them.

2020-01-31 06:29

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