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Inside No. 9 - Series 1 [DVD]
Inside No. 9 - Series 1 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Reece Shearsmith
Price: £9.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Dark, funny and with stiletto twists., 8 Jun. 2015
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Pemberton and Shearsmith don't disappoint in these darkly humorous tales. Thoroughly enjoyable short films with excellent casts.

JETech® Tempered Glass Screen Protector Retail Packaging for Apple iPhone 5/5S/5C
JETech® Tempered Glass Screen Protector Retail Packaging for Apple iPhone 5/5S/5C
Offered by JEDirect UK
Price: £5.95

5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent product., 19 Mar. 2015
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Does what it says on the pack. As it's made of glass, rather than flexible plastic, there were no air bubbles to deal with. Love it.

Price: £7.20

4.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating insight into the worlds below Paris., 15 Aug. 2013
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This review is from: PARIS UNDERGROUND (Kindle Edition)
Bali has photographed not only the famous catacombs, but the canal, sewers and other worlds which exist under Paris. 4 stars as poorly formatted eBook with titles not appearing with photos, but good half hour read.

by Sarah Pinborough
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £7.99

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars As dark, as dark can be., 19 April 2013
This review is from: Poison (Hardcover)
I purchased this at the hardback book launch last night and made the mistake of starting it on the way home. It hooked me so fast, I really had to carry on reading from 4am this morning.

It's a fairy tale, which takes the familiar and adds poisonous twists in the telling. These are the characters and stories which most of us will know, given a psychological depth and then woven together. And it is fun; in a darkly, sexy, way.

As a child, I distrusted illustrated books, as those pictures often gave the game away. Here, Les Edwards's illustrations illuminate the text without being spoilers.

In this instance, I think reading it in the beautiful hardback edition, really adds to the experience. At 200 pages, it's light and easy to carry, and the turning of the physical pages took me back to the experience of reading books as a child; when stories were set in far off kingdoms, with kings, queens, princes, princesses and delightfully malevolent witches--and there was magic in the dark forest.

This adult child wants the next two books in the trilogy. Now, please.

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