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Blockbuster Magazine (Kindle Tablet Edition)
Blockbuster Magazine (Kindle Tablet Edition)

1.0 out of 5 stars Doesn't Work, 24 May 2013
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As the review below says - I get an incorrectly sized instruction page which tells me to hold my finger on the page to get the menu. I do so and click Store. The supposed Store page is completely blank apart from the word Store at the top. Same with the Library menu option (apart from that page says Library at the top instead of Store - at least they got that right!)

If I could give zero stars I would! Although I have noticed similar behaviour from other magazine and newspaper apps from Amazon on the Kindle Fire. Maybe about time Amazon swallowed their pride and started integrating Google Play Store - at least stuff on there works!


Facebook
Facebook
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3.0 out of 5 stars Should be a great app. Not working properly on Kindle Fire Gen2, 23 May 2013
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This review is from: Facebook (App)
Not working properly on Kindle Fire Gen2. My guess as a technically minded user is a memory leak? When tapping Show More, the previously hidden comments (or older posts on a wall) show in a broken style, and conditional labels show all cases, i.e. "Friend Request SentCancel RequestBlock This User". I have had this problem since the first day I installed facebook on my Kindle Fire Gen2 (Christmas Day 2012). Please find a way to fix this and I will increase to 5 stars.


The Power of Five: Oblivion
The Power of Five: Oblivion
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5.0 out of 5 stars The most exciting climax comes at a price..., 22 Jan 2013
At the end of Necropolis the Five ran through the door out of the temple in Hong Kong as they made their escape from the Nightrise Corporation (which serves the Old Ones) and the deadly tornado that, as it turns out was the result of Scarlett's power. The doors take the Five to the destination they are thinking of as they pass through, but in their rush they ran through without thinking. Now they're separated again.

But there's a new problem.. the doors are locked and the world has changed! The Old Ones have meddled with time, and for the rest of the world 10 years have passed since Hong Kong. Nightrise and the Nexus are both waiting at every door for the Five to return.

Each of the Five must now fight to survive in a new world ruled by evil and overrun with poverty whilst trying to find the others. One of the Five will be easily turned against the others but will he see sense before it's too late? Sacrifices are necessary which will bring a tear to the eye of the more emotional/sensitive reader...


The Power of Five: Necropolis
The Power of Five: Necropolis
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5.0 out of 5 stars Necropolis: The City of the Dead, 22 Jan 2013
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In this fourth instalment of the thrilling Power of Five series, Matt (from the Anglia region of England), Pedro (from Peru), and the twins Jamie & Scott (from the slums of Nevada, USA) have united in search of Scarlett (the fifth of the Five) but the Nightrise Corporation are closing in from all sides.

Their search takes them to Hong Kong which is already under the control of the Old Ones. Their only escape is through the door in the temple but time is running out as a tornado is on its way that has unimaginable strength, but is this the work of the Old Ones? This book ends on a cliffhanger but the answer is not as straight-forward as you may think...

Find out in the fifth book (released October 2012) entitled Oblivion.


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