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Finished book 3 and enjoyed it very much. The story is about humanity fighting a great enemy. Basically bug mutating bugs. I've come to love the characters and can't wait to see them again in the next book!
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I purchased Word 2010 as part of Office 2010 suite. I have been using Word 2003 at home/work prior to that, although we use Outlook 2007 at work. I am used to the ribbon interface and don't mind it as I do think once you get used to it, it is an improvement over the previous interface. But my main gripe with Word 2010 and the entire Office 2010 suite (especially Outlook 2010) is that it is almost like beta software. It is full of bugs. I have had to reinstall Office 2010 at least 6 times. The software will be working, then all of a sudden every time you open the software, it tries to install it again. There seem to be a lot of conflicts running on a 64-bit operating system (I am on Win 7 64-bit).
I seem to always review Craig Johnson's books by saying how much I appreciate his research. Just about everything can be found these days, so I get aggravated by writers who seem to not know what they are writing about when it is an obvious fact to everyone else. I don't claim to be a writer, but I really appreciate a good one. I first started to pay close attention to Johnson's research when I was reading "Steamboat". That had to be very difficult research. "An Obvious Fact" must have taken Johnson out of his comfort zone, so his research had to be carefully done. I have read all of Craig Johnson's books and each one makes me anxious to read the next one. Keep writing Mr. Johnson, it keeps an old man such as I entertained!