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“Rules of Attraction”

published 29/12/2010

AdvantagesGreat chemistry between characters

DisadvantagesA bit predictable

...About the book Rules of Attraction is the second book in the Perfect Chemistry series by Simone Elkeles. It was published on 6th January by Simon and Schuster Children?s Books and it is 368 pages long. Plot Carlos Fuentes does not want to leave his family in Mexico. Although his life isn?t fantastic, he doesn?t want to leave his mother and brother in order to live with older...

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“Highly Attractive”

published 04/12/2003

AdvantagesVisually inventive, great performances and a witty script

DisadvantagesCould be too strong for some

...The Rules of Attraction I am a great fan of Bret Easton Ellis. In my teens ?American Psycho? was my favourite book and that?s probably why I was so disappointed with Mary Hallan?s film adaptation. Perhaps it?s because I haven?t read ?The Rules of Attraction? that I found Roger Avary?s interpretation of Ellis? work such a visceral delight. I should start off by saying this is not a film...

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published 20/10/2002

AdvantagesInteresting towns, great nature reserves and many attractions

DisadvantagesVery quiet off season

...The Netherlands are the lowest of the low.....Low Countries that is, and the Delta region is the lowest area of them all. This review is about three towns we visited when we were there earlier this year: VEERE, MIDDLEBURG and SLUIS. * VEERE - a Scottish enclave * As the town has historical links with Scotland and is in fact twinned with CULROSS in Fife, we just had to pay it a This...

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