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Narrow Margins - a laugh-out-loud book about life on the waterways (Narrow Boat Books 1)
Narrow Margins - a laugh-out-loud book about life on the waterways (Narrow Boat Books 1)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Locked In, 9 July 2014
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A book which was difficult to put down. Marie and family's. Adventure was gently interesting and I learned a great deal about a subject which was quite foreign to me. Marie's observations of humankind were amusing and thought provoking. Geoff is some kind of lesser saint.


Heart of Darkness
Heart of Darkness
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3.0 out of 5 stars An unfulfilled dream, 4 Feb 2014
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This review is from: Heart of Darkness (Kindle Edition)
A famous book with which I caught up with after many years. Beautifully written, but boring and aimless. I probably expected an adventure story.


Beeching - The inside track (Illustrated)
Beeching - The inside track (Illustrated)
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1.0 out of 5 stars Short review - Beeching The inside track, 15 Jun 2013
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A well researched book which benefits from the author`s being able to draw on railway history as well as his willingness to discuss consequences and possible consequences of decisions taken in relation to "Beeching" and those which were not. I should have liked to see maps of specific localities which the book discusses.


The Cost of Inequality: Why Economic Equality is Essential for Recovery
The Cost of Inequality: Why Economic Equality is Essential for Recovery
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5.0 out of 5 stars In The Shadow of Economic Inequality, 28 May 2013
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A well presented argument that brings together, analyses and explains many strategies and situations about which, I, for one, have been concerned for many years. The book is worrying inasmuch that it demonstrates how power and greed conspire to ignore the indications of a bleak future and also, with misguided political connivance, how these traits have catapulted what should be a service industry to the position of the major player. Unfortunately, this player is parasitic and has all but killed off the real economy.


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