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Doraemon, Vol.1
by FUJIKO F FUJIO
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Doraemon, a cat robot, traveled back in time from the 22nd century to watch over Noby who’s a good kid but terrible at sports, never studies, and has an incredible capacity for slacking off. Doraemon tries to help Noby with nice but often unpredictable gadgets from his 4th dimensional pocket as Noby’s clumsy and always getting into trouble. Can Doraemon solve the problems and change Noby’s fortune for the better?

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Comments: (10)
Sergey Brin
This story may be the best book I have read in several years. he story has so much depth an emotion I needed to stop at regular intervals and digest what I just read. Another reason for pausing was to extend the time I could spend with Marie-Laure and Werner. To say the story involves the lives of two young teenagers caught in the strive of WW II in Europe would e misleading but it is the environment which Doerr describes intimately. There are so many layers one needs to catch one's breath often and shake their head at the beauty of the language.There may be those who do not like this novel, but most will wish they could write as well.
Submitted on 2015-05-11 12:37:49 UTC

Grace Hopper
It has been a while since I have found a book that I wanted to read slowly so that I could soak in every detail in hopes that the last page seems to never come. When reading the synopsis of this novel, I never imagined that I would feel so connected to a book where one of the main characters is blind and the other a brilliant young German orphan who was chosen to attend a brutal military academy under Hitler's power using his innate engineering skills. This novel was so much more than the above states. The idiosyncrasies of each individual character are so well defined and expressed in such ways that come across the page almost lyrically. I was invited into the pages and could not only imagine the atmosphere, but all of my senses were collectively enticed from the very first page until the last. I was so amazed with the way that the author was able to heighten all my senses in a way that I felt like I knew what it was like to be blind. In most well-written books you get of a sense of what the characters look like and follow them throughout the book almost as if you are on a voyage, but with this novel, I could imagine what it was like to be in Marie-Laure's shoes. The descriptives were so beautifully intricate that I could imagine the atmosphere through touch and sound. It was amazing, really. There were so many different aspects of the book that are lived out in separate moments and in different countries that find a way to unite in the end. What impressed me most was that I could have never predicted the outcome. It was as though all cliches were off the table and real life was set in motion. Life outside of books can be very messy and the author stayed true to life but in a magical and symbolic way. I have said in other reviews that just when I think that I have read my last book centered around the Second World War, another seems to pop up. I should emphasize that this book created an image of war in a way that I have never imagined before. I truly got a sense of what it must have been like for children who lived a happy life and then suddenly were on curfew and barely had food to eat. It also showed the side of young children who are basically brainwashed by Nazi leaders and made into animals who seem to make choices that they normally wouldn't in order to survive. And by survive, I mean dodging severe abuse by their own colleagues. This book may haunt me for some time. I can't express enough how beautifully written the pages are. I highly recommend this read as it is my favorite so far for 2014.
Submitted on 2015-05-11 12:37:49 UTC

Larry Page
This story may be the best book I have read in several years. he story has so much depth an emotion I needed to stop at regular intervals and digest what I just read. Another reason for pausing was to extend the time I could spend with Marie-Laure and Werner. To say the story involves the lives of two young teenagers caught in the strive of WW II in Europe would e misleading but it is the environment which Doerr describes intimately. There are so many layers one needs to catch one's breath often and shake their head at the beauty of the language.There may be those who do not like this novel, but most will wish they could write as well.
Submitted on 2015-05-11 12:37:48 UTC

George Clooney
I couldn't put it down. The characters were so complete that I understood each of them as you would a lifelong friend. Beautifully written.
Submitted on 2015-05-11 12:37:47 UTC

Brad Pitt
It has been a while since I have found a book that I wanted to read slowly so that I could soak in every detail in hopes that the last page seems to never come. When reading the synopsis of this novel, I never imagined that I would feel so connected to a book where one of the main characters is blind and the other a brilliant young German orphan who was chosen to attend a brutal military academy under Hitler's power using his innate engineering skills. This novel was so much more than the above states. The idiosyncrasies of each individual character are so well defined and expressed in such ways that come across the page almost lyrically. I was invited into the pages and could not only imagine the atmosphere, but all of my senses were collectively enticed from the very first page until the last. I was so amazed with the way that the author was able to heighten all my senses in a way that I felt like I knew what it was like to be blind. In most well-written books you get of a sense of what the characters look like and follow them throughout the book almost as if you are on a voyage, but with this novel, I could imagine what it was like to be in Marie-Laure's shoes. The descriptives were so beautifully intricate that I could imagine the atmosphere through touch and sound. It was amazing, really. There were so many different aspects of the book that are lived out in separate moments and in different countries that find a way to unite in the end. What impressed me most was that I could have never predicted the outcome. It was as though all cliches were off the table and real life was set in motion. Life outside of books can be very messy and the author stayed true to life but in a magical and symbolic way. I have said in other reviews that just when I think that I have read my last book centered around the Second World War, another seems to pop up. I should emphasize that this book created an image of war in a way that I have never imagined before. I truly got a sense of what it must have been like for children who lived a happy life and then suddenly were on curfew and barely had food to eat. It also showed the side of young children who are basically brainwashed by Nazi leaders and made into animals who seem to make choices that they normally wouldn't in order to survive. And by survive, I mean dodging severe abuse by their own colleagues. This book may haunt me for some time. I can't express enough how beautifully written the pages are. I highly recommend this read as it is my favorite so far for 2014.
Submitted on 2015-05-11 12:37:47 UTC

Eminem
It has been a while since I have found a book that I wanted to read slowly so that I could soak in every detail in hopes that the last page seems to never come. When reading the synopsis of this novel, I never imagined that I would feel so connected to a book where one of the main characters is blind and the other a brilliant young German orphan who was chosen to attend a brutal military academy under Hitler's power using his innate engineering skills. This novel was so much more than the above states. The idiosyncrasies of each individual character are so well defined and expressed in such ways that come across the page almost lyrically. I was invited into the pages and could not only imagine the atmosphere, but all of my senses were collectively enticed from the very first page until the last. I was so amazed with the way that the author was able to heighten all my senses in a way that I felt like I knew what it was like to be blind. In most well-written books you get of a sense of what the characters look like and follow them throughout the book almost as if you are on a voyage, but with this novel, I could imagine what it was like to be in Marie-Laure's shoes. The descriptives were so beautifully intricate that I could imagine the atmosphere through touch and sound. It was amazing, really. There were so many different aspects of the book that are lived out in separate moments and in different countries that find a way to unite in the end. What impressed me most was that I could have never predicted the outcome. It was as though all cliches were off the table and real life was set in motion. Life outside of books can be very messy and the author stayed true to life but in a magical and symbolic way. I have said in other reviews that just when I think that I have read my last book centered around the Second World War, another seems to pop up. I should emphasize that this book created an image of war in a way that I have never imagined before. I truly got a sense of what it must have been like for children who lived a happy life and then suddenly were on curfew and barely had food to eat. It also showed the side of young children who are basically brainwashed by Nazi leaders and made into animals who seem to make choices that they normally wouldn't in order to survive. And by survive, I mean dodging severe abuse by their own colleagues. This book may haunt me for some time. I can't express enough how beautifully written the pages are. I highly recommend this read as it is my favorite so far for 2014.
Submitted on 2015-05-11 12:37:46 UTC

Johnny Depp
I couldn't put it down. The characters were so complete that I understood each of them as you would a lifelong friend. Beautifully written.
Submitted on 2015-05-11 12:37:46 UTC

Miley Cyrus
This story may be the best book I have read in several years. he story has so much depth an emotion I needed to stop at regular intervals and digest what I just read. Another reason for pausing was to extend the time I could spend with Marie-Laure and Werner. To say the story involves the lives of two young teenagers caught in the strive of WW II in Europe would e misleading but it is the environment which Doerr describes intimately. There are so many layers one needs to catch one's breath often and shake their head at the beauty of the language.There may be those who do not like this novel, but most will wish they could write as well.
Submitted on 2015-05-11 12:37:45 UTC

Barack Obama
I couldn't put it down. The characters were so complete that I understood each of them as you would a lifelong friend. Beautifully written.
Submitted on 2015-05-11 12:37:45 UTC

Kim Kardashian
I couldn't put it down. The characters were so complete that I understood each of them as you would a lifelong friend. Beautifully written.
Submitted on 2015-05-11 12:37:44 UTC