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The Sisters of St. Croix
The Sisters of St. Croix
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4.0 out of 5 stars A great read showing the bravery of people during WW2, 31 Oct. 2015
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A great read showing the bravery of people during WW2. The characters relate to those in 'The Lost Soldier' but I would have liked to have seen more made of this ideally.


Never Say Goodbye
Never Say Goodbye
by Hilary Green
Edition: Paperback

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars gripping read, 3 Jun. 2009
This review is from: Never Say Goodbye (Paperback)
I found this a very powerful book. It links in well with Green's earlier book 'We'll Meet Again'. Green writes eloquently and very quickly you want Diana and the members of her resistance cell to succeed. The suspense is kept right through to the end. Anyone who enjoys war novels and the impact on people, especially SOE agents, would enjoy this.


Buddhism: A Students Approach to World Religion (Student's Approach to World Religions)
Buddhism: A Students Approach to World Religion (Student's Approach to World Religions)
by Denise Cush
Edition: Paperback

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars useful introduction, 20 Oct. 2007
I used this text as the foundation for my knowledge during my own A-Level Buddhism. Now I am planning to use it myself for my own A-Level students. Cush uses straightfoward language and provides a good insight to the key events, teachings and denominations of Buddhism. Each of the key sections develops your understanding of a very philosophical tradition and she also brings in the more modern strands of Buddhism e.g. FWBO. This text is ideal for anyone curious about Buddhism, those studying it at A-Level or as an introduction for degree level. There are many other texts around that compliment this by giving more detail but should be read AFTER this or some concepts seem too abstract.

Well worth reading!


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