读过 Five Spice Street
The people of Five Spice Street reacted in no time. They immediately altered their daily schedule, sleeping in the daytime and working intensely at night. ...
In the daytime, they couldn't sleep. They were listening to Mr.Q dribbling the ball at a certain spot for all he was worth. Its earthshaking sounds completely dispelled their drowsiness. Were the colleagues wrapped up in blankets in their offices able to doze off? 引自第210页After her sister left, Madam X picked up a flashing sliver of ice and kept reflecting heaven's dim light in it. Sometimes she squatted, sometimes she stood. 引自第212页It must have been stage fright that made her pretend to be in a trance in order to foll people. Perhaps it's simply that she was sleepy and some muddle-hdeaded persons among us mistook her sleepiness for a magic trick and started spreading nonsense. 引自第214页I wanted to break the monoply of X and Q in the realm of consciousness. 引自第236页After entering Five Spice Street, she framed her plan. Then she embarked on carring it out. The teenagers were her first targets. After consideratin she decided to emply means whose effects would resemble smoking do.e 引自第250页That bad element had also tried to climb to the roof of that thatched cottage and participate with C in the swindle of the dialogues with the gods. It was only because the rafters were rotten and couldn't support the weight of two people that he had to give up his plan. 引自第241页To substantiate this, the writer compared and contrasted her activity with that of geniuses, providing readers with almost"a complete general understanding ". The write's work went on smoothly and was about to succeed, but he didn't guess the new problems he would encounter. The writer's research suffered a major setback when Madam X gave up her nighttime activities and scurried to the street to proclaim her desire to normalize her relationship with the adulterous lover. 引自第255页