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Medieval Mayhem - Book 2 in series 'Spirits of London Wall'
Medieval Mayhem - Book 2 in series 'Spirits of London Wall'
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great fun, 31 May 2013
This is the second book in the series and I recommend reading the first book first. In this story the girls are joined by Jack and Marcus. The battle in the future between good and evil continues, whilst the children are caught up in a plot to steal a clepsydra, sword fights, escapes, chases, a joust on London Bridge and the peasants revolt led by Wat Tyler. City of London locations include the Priory of St Bartholomew (now St Bartholomew the Great), the Tower of London, Ely Place and St Etheldreda's Church, the old city walls, the Priory and Knights if St John of Jerusalem and Cloth Fair. The pace quickens as the story reaches its climax. As in the previous book, the children do not hesitate to go to the aid of those who need them, including a leperous woman who has been separated from her child. There's lots of suspense and adventure making this book impossible to put down.


Victorian Urchins - Book 1 in series 'Spirits of London Wall'
Victorian Urchins - Book 1 in series 'Spirits of London Wall'
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great yarn, 31 May 2013
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This is a great adventure story. Traditional in style, the story covers the adventures of two children who time-travel using a HorTAC - forward to the year 10,000 and backwards to Victorian England. They become caught up in a battle between the good Aureus, ruler of Hora, and Tempus, his evil opponent, whilst at the same time going to the aid of their new friends in Victorian London. The fast-moving story is set in the City of London, weaving the history of places such as Smithfield Market, Newgate Prison and Fleet Street with snippets on Hansom cabs, the Shoe-Black Society and Gog and Magog at the Guildhall. A very enjoyable read.


Fusion: The New Way of Marketing
Fusion: The New Way of Marketing
by David Taylor
Edition: Paperback
Price: £12.99

8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Written with the marketing-phobic in mind, 24 Aug. 2011
If a) you know you need a website and are wondering how anyone will find it among the millions of other websites; b) you hate the term social networking (or even just networking) and c) you feel the social networking world left you behind many years ago and is now completely incomprehensible - then read this book because a) it is short (and life is too short to be reading books on marketing), b) it is written in plain english and c) it tells you what you need to know simply.

I now have a website, it has people looking at it every day (I know this because I now know what google analytics is and how to check it), I love twitter (it is an amazing source of information and knowledge - much more interesting than the TV) and am getting new business. Suddenly I get it!


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