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Microsoft Natural Ergo Keyboard 4000 - UK Layout
Microsoft Natural Ergo Keyboard 4000 - UK Layout
Price: £28.98

5.0 out of 5 stars Very comfortable indeed !, 1 May 2013
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Bought this as a replacement to a Microsoft curve keyboard, and am amazed at how much more comfortable it is to use. Would strongly recommend this to anyone who either does a lot of typing or just wants to have a comfortable position for their hands. The raised height of the wrist rest really does put your hands in the correct place for typing.

Paradisi Carousel
Paradisi Carousel

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Clare does it again!!, 5 May 2007
This review is from: Paradisi Carousel (Audio CD)
I saw Clare in concert on Thursday night on the opening night of her new tour to promote this album and was very impressed. Disappointed by a low turnout, she made the best of an interesting situation and blew those of us who were there away. The new songs from the album that she did were great (although I have to admit I do prefer her in her 'jazz/samba' mode to the slightly more straight-ahead ballads), and supported by a range of other songs.

Her band were really tight and the theme from 'Take Three Girls' was one of the most complicated time changes I have ever seen live. Chris the drummer was on top form (as usual), and the rest of the band matched him well.

Third time I have seen Clare and definitely the best. This album will be stunning if it is half as good as the live show.

Ella & Louis
Ella & Louis
Price: £12.30

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Classical jazz, played with feeling and enthusiasm, 26 Nov. 2000
This review is from: Ella & Louis (Audio CD)
This CD shows off the talents of Ella and 'Satchmo' at their peak. Sounding wonderfully relaxed and enjoying themselves immensely, this recording presents some of the greatest jazz standards in probably the best setting you will ever hear. Forget the "best jazz album" compliations - buy this and see what 'best' really means.

Colours Of Chaos: Book Nine: The Saga of Recluce
Colours Of Chaos: Book Nine: The Saga of Recluce
by L. E. Modesitt Jr.
Edition: Paperback

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent characterisations - best Modesitt yet!, 5 April 2000
This book follows the story of Cerryl started in the White Order, and focuses on his further development through politics, love and the force of circumstances. Although Modesitt diverts from his path occasionnally to follow seemingly unconnected sidetracks, if you have followed the saga of Recluce these often link to other books (giving hints and background to incidents elsewhere) or are returned to later on. The Colours of Chaos is well worth a read - but make sure you read The White Order first - and don't miss the Sorceress stories.

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