Reviews by Leung Fung
On 8/14 Leung Fung wrote: This is a fascinating work on the American Revolution. It is told as a tale of English leaders--political (George III, Lord North, Lord Germain, the Earl of Sandwich), army Generals Howe, Burgoyne, Clinton, and Cornwallis), and navy (Admirals Howe and Rodney) One narrative of the success of the Revolutionary ... Fascinating!
On 5/27 Leung Fung wrote: What is right - and what is very wrong - with college curricula these days? Will a traditional college degree go by the wayside, now that there are online classes available in so many fields? Is a traditional college education the right choice for every young person? How can families choose the best ... Very good, hits many problems right on the nose, but needs more!
On 4/27 Leung Fung wrote: I am seriously in love with this book. It has everything I need to find a book great. Interesting storyline, amazing characters, it is unpredictable and unique, full of fascinating mythology, with amazing writing and a believable and heartwarming romance. It also has a lot of blood, tears, pain and betrayal ... Domination Book #3 in the C.H.A.O.S trilogy review!
On 2/8 Leung Fung wrote: Of course it involves such interesting questions. The issue of class is everywhere here, the fact that she could break out of her own world and accept their world on their terms. And the issue of when she got carried away with that--as when she accept the girls' prostituting themselves, which might be ... Good
On 11/3 Leung Fung wrote: It was an interesting story. I didn't think I liked it at first but I found myself wanting to pick it up each night to find out what happened. I was not a huge fan of the format; I've seen other comments that refer to it as lyrical prose but I just felt it was very narrative, which I don't normally enjoy. ... Not bad!
On 10/19 Leung Fung wrote: This book takes a multi-faceted look at faith through both a historical, philosophical and biblical point of view. The book makes you think deeply about the topics presented and I found myself being drawn further and further into the book. What I liked most about the book is that it does not hit you ... The Searchers
On 8/9 Leung Fung wrote: I highly recommend All Pro Dad for any Dad that wants to be a better father, better husband and ultimately a better man. Gregory Slayton advises that fatherhood is really a lifelong journey and that we Dad's should expect good times right alongside rough times. But, in either case the outcome is often ... Awesome!
On 4/12 Leung Fung wrote: Unfortunately General Sherman did not share General Grant's natural ability with the pen. General Sherman's book is a collection of his major wartime correspondence linked together by his narrative. This provides a quite fascinating look at Sherman's career for the historian of both the professional ... Sherman
On 6/18 Leung Fung wrote: Madeleine L'Engle is the preeminent interpreter of the Christian journey as it pertains to these words of the Apostle Paul, "Whatever is true, whatever is honorable whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is gracious, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of ... The Seraph Seal
On 5/13 Leung Fung wrote: This book was a bit different from what I expected when I received it as a gift. I enjoy reading American history, and thought this would be a historical examination of the Washington years, i.e. the Revolutionary War and his two terms in office. While it did obviously cover those events, it was far ... Washington
On 4/2 Leung Fung wrote: A boot camp for troubled teens because his parents don’t like his behavior. There he is psychologically and physically tortured by the chaperons at the camp. Then when Garret and some of his inmates try to escape things get troublesome as they almost get caught by the same people who brought them in. ... The Fight of Our Lives
On 2/24 Leung Fung wrote: In a long string of disappointments and average books, this one stood out as something unique: a book I thoroughly enjoyed. One day, after graduating Mountain School, they will join together to create a new pack that will continue their guardian work. Life for Calla is definite and predetermined.Until ... The Mountains Bow Down
On 12/25 Leung Fung wrote: Ooooooooo! Doesn't that sound chilling! Nothing like a story filled with flesh-eating revenants (zombies), clockwork automata full of human tissue (robots), crashing airships (dirigibles), and a handsome British detective team cracking the case! In the spirit of my Sister Aurora (who is feverishly writing ... Invasion