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How to Buy-to-Let Property Properly: A guide to property Investment
How to Buy-to-Let Property Properly: A guide to property Investment

5.0 out of 5 stars Clear, simple and most importantly, useful advice, 3 Oct. 2013
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I am not only completely new to purchasing buy-to-let property but I'm new to buying property full stop, and this book was absolutely perfect in explaining phrases I'd heard but not understood. Richard Oldaker has written an easy to read, easy to digest book that doesn't patronise or look down on the reader. His advice feels genuine, and it's certainly left me feeling 100% more confident in moving forwards with buying a property, even if it's for myself and not buy-to-let this time. For the book's fantastic price, everyone should buy this regardless of their experience in property. A must read.


Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and Religion in "The Matrix": Science, Philosophy and Religion in "The Matrix"
Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and Religion in "The Matrix": Science, Philosophy and Religion in "The Matrix"
by David Gerrold
Edition: Paperback

27 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If the film made you think..., 15 Jun. 2003
If you are one of the many people who saw 'The Matrix' and realised that it was much more than amazing eye candy and fantastic special effects/fight sequences, then this book will make you think even more!
Taking thoughts and ideas raised by the film, this is a series of essays exploring the philosophical/science fiction and religious questions the motion picture scratches the surface with. The single essays are brilliantly written and will make you think for days afterwards. Using a collection of different topics written by different writers you can read and digest, instead of trawling through an entire book all about one subject.
After reading this book I am hungry for more philosophy and if you are simply a beginner just asking questions about your reality, or an experienced "thinker" then this book really is worth a read. Will you be taking the red pill?


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