available to stream at any time, friends who are likely much funnier than your actual friends (and also come with their very own laugh track)?Comedy and streaming services are about as good a match as anything.Darrow is a stunted miner on Mars who manages to penetrate the ruling class of 'golds' who rule the galaxy which is based on principles of the Roman elite.Golden Son sees him battling to lead his 'oppressed people to freedom from the overlords of a brutal elitist future built on lies' while becoming more entrenched in the lifestyle he has sworn to destroy.But despite the craziness it remains quiet touching and grounded in reality.'Yena Sharma Purmasir, author of Until I Learned What It Meant, said of the book, 'The Dogs I Have Kissed is for anyone who has felt the tough underside of love, anyone who has been angry and hurt and still strangely hopeful. Breathtaking.'Drifter Magnus finds out he is the son of a Norse God and sets out on a mission to prevent the Viking gods from starting a war of doomsday proportions, even sacrificing his own life to fight in the other realm.Another happy customer wrote, 'I’ve read a lot of fantastic books this year and I was hoping Red Queen would be the next one - but it isn’t just fantastic, it’s absolutely phenomenal and definitely a must read of 2015! The Sword of Summer is the first book in the Magnus Chase series and readers are already anticipating the next installment released in January 2016, drawing comparisons with the author's more famous series following Percy Jackson.What could be more conducive to binge-watching than a series of 22-minute episodes?Netflix has a particularly deep roster of TV comedies.
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Or commentary about the way in which women are treated in the workplace?
She leaves her current city of New York to visit her ageing father Atticus in Maycomb, Alabama, where memories of her childhood come flooding back - along with many of To Kill a Mockingbird's original characters.
Jo Beenie advised readers to 'take in the rest of the series first' on Amazon, adding: 'It isn't so much that Saint Odd cannot be read on its own, it can, but the newbie would not have a full understanding of the character of ever humorous truly humble Odd and comprehend the attachment to him that so many fans have.'However they did say the ending 'leaves an opening for more books in a different direction', adding 'Odd Thomas has been a fantastic character to get to know along the years and will be sadly missed.' Mindy Kaling is perhaps best known for her US sitcom The Mindy Project but, according to voters, the actress is just as funny on paper as she is on screen, giving her more than 32,000 votes for her book Why Me? Her collection of essays charts her 'coming-of-age' life lessons as she learns how to fit in living in Hollywood (when she doesn't look like anyone else there), confesses all about her 'weird as hell' relationship with ex BJ Novak, and tells the tale of being seduced then dumped by a female friend.'Alongside the usual hilarious jokes, are some very touching stories, astute and witty insights and even a bonus novella' said Karrie Groben who hailed it as 'much, much better' than Mindy's first book Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? And this isn't just a book of humorous musings: Aziz teamed up with NYU sociologist Eric Klinenberg and designed a massive research project, including hundreds of interviews and focus groups conducted everywhere from Tokyo to Buenos Aires to Wichita.
Josh thanked Connor for opening up to his fans in his Amazon review of the book adding, 'Everything about Connor's memoir kept me hooked and in some parts I even got a little emotional.