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Legacy: Eon Book 3
Legacy: Eon Book 3
Price: £4.99

3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, 22 Dec. 2012
I loved the other books in this series but I think Greg Bear has pushed the series a bit too far. The plot seems strained and the characters thin, certainly when compared to the other books.


Fifty Shades of Grey
Fifty Shades of Grey
by E L James
Edition: Paperback
Price: £3.85

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not worth the hype, 22 Dec. 2012
This review is from: Fifty Shades of Grey (Paperback)
I'm sure my review won't add much to the 5,000 already here, but here goes: For the most part this just seems like a teenage fantasy.
The language is quite naive for this type of book which is probably what people find acceptable for a first venture into the erotic. For those with a bit more experience of erotic novels I would say pass it by, there is much better out there, But if you want an inoffensive simplistic entry into BDSM erotica it might be worth a look


I've Got Your Number
I've Got Your Number
Price: £3.66

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A book too far?, 26 Feb. 2012
I really wanted to like this. I've read a couple of other of Sophie Kinsella's and quite liked them so I thought I'd get on with this one but it just felt a bit strained, as if she thought it was about time she brought another book out. The story feels a bit contrived in places and the text messaging whilst fun at times wears a bit thin. I came to this because it looked like the culture clash comedies that I enjoy, girl out of her depth with the toffs type thing, and whilst very funny in places it seems somewhat padded out with bits that don't really have much relevance to the plot. If you like gentle humour then this certainly won't offend although I personally prefer David Luddington or Stephen Fry.
I read this on the ebook version and the footnotes confused me at first but when I got the hang of them I found they were the funniest part of the book


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