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The Lost Brother
The Lost Brother
Price: £1.99

5.0 out of 5 stars High paced adventure, 1 Oct. 2013
This review is from: The Lost Brother (Kindle Edition)
Andrew Jamieson returns to his world of Edenos again, but this time in a shorter format. This novella zooms along at great pace giving a whistle-stop tour of the world and providing action that wouldn't be out of place in a 007 story. Highly enjoyable!


The Vengeance Path (The Chronicles of Edenos Book 1)
The Vengeance Path (The Chronicles of Edenos Book 1)
Price: £2.40

4.0 out of 5 stars Sci-fi or Fantasy? Either way it's good, 4 Aug. 2013
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When I started this book I found it took a little while to get going. There are quite a few characters and a whole new world to be introduced and filled in, and it took a few chapters for me to settle in. Such is the price of Mr Jamieson's noble effort to avoid cliche and overused fantasy tropes. What you get for that price however is a fascinating and unique setting, a world of hidden, hinted depths and a fresh feeling of reading something new.

Once you've found your feet in the world of Edenos, the story flows along smoothly and at pace with twists and turns to keep your interest. The intrigues of noble houses, the long forgotten secrets of ancient races and airships and robots. This is a fully formed world with a deep history and, i hope, a long future. Bring on book 2!


Bohnanza - Das Fanbuch: AMIGO - Kartenspiel-Fanbuch
Bohnanza - Das Fanbuch: AMIGO - Kartenspiel-Fanbuch
by Uwe Rosenberg
Edition: Board Game

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not a Board Game, 3 May 2010
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It is very important to note that this is NOT a board game, like it claims in the title, this is a German book about a card game. Whether it is a good book I don't know, my German isn't up to much, but I am very disappointed as I was looking forward to what is a very good game.


Mario Power Tennis (Wii)
Mario Power Tennis (Wii)
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Price: £13.16

5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Better on the Gamecube, 17 Aug. 2009
I played this game for hours on the gamecube and loved it and was very excited to see it released on Wii. It's a direct port of the gamecube game, which I knew, but there is a major problem. The controls are awful on the wii. Apparently different types of swing should get different responses, however they seem completely arbitrary and you end up just wiggling the controller and seeing what happens. I have managed a lob shot twice ever and I have tried hundreds of times and easy shots are regularly missed due to lack of, or slow, response. Tennis feels like a game that should suit the wii but the controls are just too vague. Buy a copy of this secondhand for the gamecube and a gamecube controller and play this as it was originally intended. That way it will be brilliant.


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