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I'll Take You Dreaming
I'll Take You Dreaming
Price: 0.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Perfection!, 1 July 2014
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The most beautiful lullaby ever written and sung by the legendary Danny Kaye. Sheer perfection!


Moisturising Olive oil Hand and Nail Cream 75ml
Moisturising Olive oil Hand and Nail Cream 75ml
Offered by OliveOilShed
Price: 5.45

5.0 out of 5 stars Lovely stuff!, 22 May 2012
This is a lovely nourishing hand cream that smells absolutely divine! Made with extra virgin olive oil, leaves hands feeling soft and nourished.


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3.0 out of 5 stars glitter rash!, 5 Feb 2012
Bought this as a dance top. It looks great on, but the glitter does shed, and I found, when dancing, that as my arms brushed against the glitter, it would leave scratches and a bit of a rash, so perhaps not the best if you're moving around a lot. Or maybe could be worn with a long-sleeved top underneath.


New Ladies Off Shoulder Batwing Long Sleeved Womens Top 8-22
New Ladies Off Shoulder Batwing Long Sleeved Womens Top 8-22
Price: 3.25 - 10.01

3.0 out of 5 stars Fine for the price, 16 Oct 2011
I really like the cut and colour of this top. However, as the price suggests, it's not the best quality. The fabric went bobbly almost immediately and the second time I wore it I noticed that the seam at the bottom had unravelled and I had to sew up the resulting hole.


The Patron Saint of Liars
The Patron Saint of Liars
by Ann Patchett
Edition: Paperback
Price: 11.99

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Moving and enigmatic, 1 Aug 2003
Just when you think you're getting to know Rose, the main protagonist, she slips away from you, as she does the rest of the characters in the book. Narrated by three separate narrators, first Rose, then her second husband 'Son', and finally her daughter Cecilia, this novel takes you into the lives of the inhabitants of a Catholic home for unwed mothers.
As usual with Patchett, the novel is beautifully written. So evocative. Her touch is graceful and light. She creates characters that you really care about, wonderfully quirky 3-D people that fill your thoughts and imagination long after you've put the book down. You'll want to read it in one go, and go back to it again and again.


The Magician's Assistant
The Magician's Assistant
by Ann Patchett
Edition: Paperback
Price: 6.29

5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars captivating!, 1 Aug 2003
This is a divine novel. The characters are portrayed with sensitivity and affection. There is a sense of beauty and magic throughout the book. Gentle, moving and unputdownable!
Read it!


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