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Animal's People
Animal's People
by Indra Sinha
Edition: Paperback

11 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A delightful, challenging read, 1 May 2007
This review is from: Animal's People (Paperback)
If you enjoy reading about India but like your reading spiced with shock and laugh-out-loud moments, Animal's People is a glorious read. Indra Sinha's compassion, insight and irresistible humour are both rare and valuable, and his style is impeccable. Read this.

The Employer Brand ®: Bringing the Best of Brand Management to People at Work
The Employer Brand ®: Bringing the Best of Brand Management to People at Work
by Simon Barrow
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £32.99

3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating excursion, 18 Oct. 2005
Perhaps a challenge for lay readers outside the strategic HR space, but opens up to be a very important read for students of what brand management means in the connected world.
I have to declare myself an old associate of Richard Mosley, whose work - as I understand it as one of the laymen - at the interface of brand and anthropology has been at the leading edge for some years now.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Not quite "Nothing Shocking", but grows on you ..., 21 Aug. 2003
This review is from: Strays (Audio CD)
For me, JA's career had peaked with Nothing Shocking, whose virtuosity and rage - with shots of wistful junkie humour - makes it a Top 20 album in my collection. But this was well over a decade ago.
I've lived with the new title for several weeks now, and after an initial couple of reserved listens I've come to love it, the favourite song being the wonderful "Riches", least liked being the frenetic and (I felt) rather throwaway "Hypersonic".
The album feels more straightahead R & R, which will make it an easier to swallow than quirkier former fare from this great band. But I miss the depth and space of the production on Nothing's Shocking, also the resolute madness of Perry Farrell's earlier lyrics and vocals.
Buy it if you're a fan, buy it if you're not.

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