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Exodus: Empires at War: Book 5: Ranger
Exodus: Empires at War: Book 5: Ranger
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5.0 out of 5 stars The series just gets better., 18 Jun 2014
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A whole new perspective is opened up in the series with the battle on the ground. It also gives us the first glimmer of hope that humankind can win through. I eagerly await and look forward to book 6 to see where that will take me.


Lifeventure Mini Cable Lock 9750
Lifeventure Mini Cable Lock 9750
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4.0 out of 5 stars Practicable deterrent, not proof against a determined, organised thief., 25 April 2014
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It does a job of holding stuff like jackets etc. on bike, motor or cycle, relatively securely. Of course it can be overcome if determined but is a slow down/ deterrent.


Wanted (an Ell Donsaii story #10)
Wanted (an Ell Donsaii story #10)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Never ceases to amaze., 13 Mar 2014
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As usual this is another, "Can't put it down book." The characters are believabl. The pace is just right keeping you in that 'More zone'. The science is also such that you want to believe it. The length of the book is just right. Any more and I'd be sleep deprived as it is difficult to put it down. In summary, a fitting addition to the series. When is the next due out?


Excess Baggage: One woman, one motorbike and a huge amount of luggage ride across Australia
Excess Baggage: One woman, one motorbike and a huge amount of luggage ride across Australia
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good read, love the writing style., 20 Jan 2014
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Amusing and informative read. It brought back memories of roads I had traveled in Australia and brought out the thing that people who have never been to Oz don't realise. It's much bigger than you think. Also Oz people are a different breed, friendly and generally helpful.


The Girl with No Name: The Incredible True Story of a Child Raised by Monkeys
The Girl with No Name: The Incredible True Story of a Child Raised by Monkeys
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5.0 out of 5 stars An amazing an inspiring childhood of survival and achievement. Difficult to put down., 12 April 2013
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This shows the amazing resilience and drive possible in a child against almost impossible odds. From the earliest pages you are caught in the true life world of this young girl (initially only 4 years old) as she struggles to survive and find the love and comfort of a family First in the true jungle of South America with need to learn where to find and obtain water and food with the constant threat of large carnivores, reptiles and of course a multitude of insects. She then moves after a number of years having reached an amazing level of ability to survive and fit in with a monkey troop to the even worse one might think urban jungle of Columbian city life. It shows the intelligence and resourcefulness she shows to enable her to survive in extremely difficult and dangerous situations. It also shows just how close we still are to our distant simian relatives, though in some ways from her early initial experiences of 'civilised' life it would seem that we have lessons to relearn from them of loyalty, social acceptance and morality. There are many who could learn from this book of the need to make their own decisions on how they will live their lives and accept the responsibilities. This very young girl shows the maturity, wisdom and morality of a much older person in dealing with the cards life dealt her through no fault of hers. I can only wait now in anticipation of the next chapter in her remarkable life. I hope this wait is not too long.


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