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Mkingdon's Tales of Family, Food and Florida.
Mkingdon's Tales of Family, Food and Florida.
Price: £5.99

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Going to Disney read this, 1 April 2013
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This book is simply fantastic,

If you are going to WDW for the first time, read this book. It contains all sorts of hints and tips for you as well as some great stories.
If you have been 100 times, read this book, it will help you find new things to do out there
If your not going but have been before, read this book, it will help you re-live all those great memories
If you have never been, read this book, it will bring WDW to life for you, however be warned it will make you want to go.

The book is funny, informative and emotional, buy it now you will not regret it


Battlestar Galactica : Complete Seasons 1-3 (16 Disc Box Set) [DVD]
Battlestar Galactica : Complete Seasons 1-3 (16 Disc Box Set) [DVD]
Dvd ~ Edward James Olmos
Offered by HarriBella.UK.Ltd
Price: £29.99

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A modern classic, 4 Feb 2008
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From the first time you watch this series it's qualities shine through. The effects are wonderful and the acting is excellent. What stands out however is the writing, the creators of this programme are doing something that in modern television is very unusual. They know how their story will end and more importantly when it will end. Opting to deliver only 4 seasons of quality programming instead of choosing to flog it for as much cash as possible by dragging it out. This is what makes this programme so good, every episode moves the story along and it just gets better and better.


Seven Ancient Wonders (Jack West Junior 1)
Seven Ancient Wonders (Jack West Junior 1)
by Matthew Reilly
Edition: Paperback

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not the worst not the best, 12 Jan 2008
This book has an enjoyable storyline which jogs along at a nice pace. It is easy to read and does not require any real brainpower. However it is for these reasons that it falls short of the mark. It is easy to read because of the very simplistic writing, it reads as if written by a teenager writing down his own Indiana Jones fantasy.

So overall if you just want a quick easy and enjoyable read that wont require you to think then this is your book.

P.S It does require that you suspend your dis-belief.....A lot


Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince: Children's Edition (Harry Potter 6)
Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince: Children's Edition (Harry Potter 6)
by J. K. Rowling
Edition: Hardcover

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The darkest book yet, 19 July 2005
Well after the long wait one of the most anticipated books in recent years arrives and it doesn't disapoint.
JK Rowling has pulled off something special with this book. Not only has she tied up plot lines that started way back in the first book, she has succesfully guided her series from being a childrens book that adults enjoyed to a far darker style which adults will not just enjoy but will be completely immersed by.
Dont get me wrong this is still a great childrens book (if perhaps slightly scary in places for a young child) but the themes and events of this book will bring out all the emotions an adult can imagine feeling.
The last few chapters are impossible to put down until you finish them, you know whats coming, you dont want it to but when it does the shock at what has happened still wont sink in.
Yet with all this darkness around you Rowling still manages to leave that little chink of light at the very end with that continuing theme through the whole series that with the help of friends you can cope with the worst the world has to offer.
This book deals with many issues which can only help adults teach children about life, death and a lot of the stuff in between. This is what Rowling does brilliantly and this is her at her best. Who among us can wait for the fianl chapter of this incredible series.


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