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(BC-P) deAO Rocking pink and lilac cradle with mobile includes FREE accessories
(BC-P) deAO Rocking pink and lilac cradle with mobile includes FREE accessories
Offered by deAO
Price: £22.99

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars even though the photos were not as good as other similar items, 17 Sept. 2014
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DO NOT BUY THIS ITEM OR FROM THIS SELLER (deAO). They are effectively bribing customers to leave 5 star reviews after purchase. I purchased because there were 10/10 5 star reviews, even though the photos were not as good as other similar items. Guess why the reviews are so good? You receive the item with an accompanying letter, stating that if you log on and leave 5 stars plus a positive comment (then email them, so no doubt they can check they are happy what you said suits them), they will refund your £5 back through the amazon refunds system. It makes a mockery of the independent review system and hoodwinks the unwitting purchaser. The product is likely very poor, or why else would they need to bribe to get a decent review? (Unfortunately I forwarded my purchase straight on as a present, before reading the letter). I bet all those 10 reviewers just wanted the money. If they offer you the bribe, tell 'em to stick the five quid, leave an honest review, keep your pride and save future purchasers from buying rubbish. The truth is worth more than a measly fiver. Up the revolution!
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Unapologetic: Why, despite everything, Christianity can still make surprising emotional sense
Unapologetic: Why, despite everything, Christianity can still make surprising emotional sense
by Francis Spufford
Edition: Hardcover

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommend, 14 Oct. 2012
Excellent and engaging read and I would recommend to all, regardless of where positioned in the "God debate". The last sentence in the final "notes" disclaims any role of the author as a spokesperson for the C of E but this he obviously is (if only unofficial and by dint of his membership). If his institution has any sense, they will wrest him to the fore because the account does far more to help one understand the mind and reasons of a "believer" than any of the usual godspeak or pulpit proselytising. Perhaps it even gives permission for those of us floating around in no mans' land to look in again from beyond the pale. All thought provoking. I only wish he hadn't exampled The Adagio from Mozart's clarinet concerto - it brought back terrible buried memories of that grade-whatever-it-was exam!


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