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efonebits IN CAR CHARGER FOR SAMSUNG GALAXY YOUNG S6310/GALAXY FAME S6810/GALAXY Y S5360
efonebits IN CAR CHARGER FOR SAMSUNG GALAXY YOUNG S6310/GALAXY FAME S6810/GALAXY Y S5360
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good product, 12 Aug 2014
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Good product, very good price


Escapades
Escapades

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars I love Dreadzone but this is so bland, 18 Sep 2013
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This is just non-descript, bland elevator music from a band I love. What went wrong? Not a patch on Eye of the Horizon, Once upon a Time or the magnificent Second Light. Yawn, yawn, yawn!
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Night Soldiers
Night Soldiers
by Alan Furst
Edition: Paperback

2 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Full of political and linguistic inaccuracies, 3 Jan 2012
This review is from: Night Soldiers (Paperback)
I have to agree with Jan Wammen Dam "euro1999", although my issues began when the story shifted to Civil war Spain. The linguistic and political inaccuracies abound e.g. the POUM apparently being anarchists - I think you'll find that was the CNT-FAI, the POUM were anti-Stalinist Marxists (and hence the coalition of PSUC & POUM governing the village of San Ximene (??) being very unlikely given they loathed each other (PSUC eventually liquidated POUM)). As for linguistic mistakes, the best was the apparent old saying in Catalonia (so why wasn't it in Catalan instead of the embarrassing attempt at Spanish??) "Con patienza y salivita, el elefante se coja l'armagita" - it isn't Spanish and it makes no sense. A little research would not have gone amiss. I gave up reading the book at that point which is a pity, but I could no longer take it seriously.
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Let Them Eat Carbon: The Price of Failing Climate Change Policies, and How Governments and Big Business Profit From Them
Let Them Eat Carbon: The Price of Failing Climate Change Policies, and How Governments and Big Business Profit From Them
by Matthew Sinclair
Edition: Paperback
Price: 6.99

9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Takes the emotion out of climate change, 2 Oct 2011
This intelligently written book takes the emotion out of the climate change question. No doubt the title will cause many environmentalists to fume, but this book does not deal with the science of climate change; it is a calm and well researched analysis of the misguided policies of the West in response to the threat. What this book shows is that lots of organisations are making lots of money out of these policies (at the expense of consumers - you and me) whilst westeren jobs are being exported to the developing economies (and hence having no effect on reducing CO2 emissions). Matthew Sinclair gives us alternatives to these counterproductive policies - but will the EU monolith listen?


MK Lifefit
MK Lifefit
by M.D. Kendrick
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars The real sustainable solution to beat the flab, 26 Feb 2009
This review is from: MK Lifefit (Paperback)
This book is great. It gives easy to follow dietary and exercise advice that is not a fad. For this to work, you have to make changes in your life but the simple tasty recipes will help you do this. Give it a try, you will see results in weeks and you will feel great at the same time - full of energy.


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