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House of Rain: Tracking a Vanished Civilization Across the American Southwest by Craig ChildsPut your tongue forcefully into the side of your cheek and keep it there while you read this book—just to remind yourself most of what you are reading is conjecture and poppycock. But—and here’s the important part—you’ll have a hell of a good read! As I went from one exploit to another, I kept having doubts what I was reading was probably more fiction than fact. I have no doubt Craig trekked form Chaco to Aztec, and he flirted with the Ranger early in the morning, swam the San Juan, and continued hiking across the Colorado Plateau, then south—on and on. I do doubt he swam through Chaco, (Ever been there? Not possible.), made so many of his long walks with so little water, and found previously unknown archaeological sites. I like almonds but I am smart enough to carry food and water when I am hiking. This was a little too Discovery Channel ‘Survivor Man’ kind of thing that ultimately proves too distracting from the premise he is trying to make concerning the migration of the Anasazi (yes, I use that word all the time, get over it). The author has taken a lot of flack for this book, but the strange thing is—many scholars are coming around to the idea that the Ancient Ones actually did migrate south and not blend with the tribes descending from Alaska (what, you haven’t heard that one yet?). If you put your bullshit reading glasses on for this one and take the Dirk Pitt parts for what they are—flights of fantasy—this is very enjoyable. The author has a great eye for landscapes and an effusive vocabulary for describing his surroundings. That alone is worth the price of admission. He is also passionate, which makes his exaggerations tolerable.
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The song contains influences of electronica , with the lyrics chronicling the protagonist wanting to "come clean" with her love interest , from a strained relationship. The song was released on January 13, as the album's second single. In the United States, the song peaked at number thirty-five, becoming Duff's first top forty single on the Billboard Hot It would later go on to become her best-selling single in the United States. It reached a peak of number seventeen in Australia and eighteen in the UK, while charting inside top twenty in Canada, Netherlands, Ireland and New Zealand. The song was accompanied by a music video, directed Dave Meyers , which showed Duff inside a house on a rainy day, waiting for her love interest. The song was used in the theatrical trailer for the film A Cinderella Story , which stars Duff.
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