After more than 5 years of looking and almost 2 months of waiting, it's finally here. It arrived yesterday and I got it only today. I'm glad that I already found The Missing Piece.
Originally written by Shel Silverstein in 1976, I came upon this book after it was made a reference by one of my favorite authors, Harold S. Kushner in one of his articles. I was touched by the article and I first read the book in the internet. Reading it was not enough, I had to have a copy of the book. It's one of the simplest but thought-provoking books that I ever came across. It appeals to all because even a child can read and understand this book. I won't bother you with a summary because it is best read by oneself. It only takes about 5 minutes to read this book, but it can also change your outlook in life.
What makes it super? "It will appear extra big and extra bright". I think that doesn't makes it super. Clark Kent needed incredible strength and speed, can leap buildings in a single bound, x-ray vision, heat vision and breath so cold that he could turn things to ice, just to be called "Superman".
The first game I ever finished with my SEGA Mega Drive back in High School. I was hooked with this game because it was a 3D game. My 1st encounter with a 3D game. I enjoyed playing this because it was during the time when we don't have memory cards to save games and continue it on a later time. I played from morning til afternoon and my victory was witnessed by my brother and friends. They even took a picture of my victory, it's still stored somewhere.
“What happened?" Bailey asks.
"That is somewhat difficult to explain," Tsukiko answers. "It is a long and complicated story."
"And you're not going to tell me, are you?"
She tilts her head a bit ... "No, I am not," she says.
"Great," Bailey mutters under his breath... "The bonfire exploded? How?"
"Remember when I said it was difficult to explain? That has not changed.”