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British Dragons (Wordsworth Myth, Legend & Folklore)
British Dragons (Wordsworth Myth, Legend & Folklore)
by Jacqueline Simpson
Edition: Paperback

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I love Dragons!!!, 29 July 2003
This book was a very interesting read. I have always like Dragons and other creatures like Unicorns. This book was so interesting it provided Tales from the olde days when these such creatures were believe to be around. Although they are mythical! It is brief and explores the history of it all. Instead of believing it was all made up i ended up believing that maybe it could have some basis of reality which science is now trying to suggest possible reasons for mythical creatures to exsit e.t.c what ever your reasons for buying and readong this book it will change your ideas of them. For me it made them more special and more fantasitic. For Dragon lovers and for folks interested in Folklore and history this book holds information on Dragons and also on places to visit if you want to see where Dragons once roamed!
Great, enjoy the book. My review of this is my own and only you can decide but in my view it's worth the money.


An Unequal Marriage (Charnwood Library)
An Unequal Marriage (Charnwood Library)
by Emma Tennant
Edition: Hardcover

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Well....., 28 July 2003
Like most i suppose this is a ok continuation. There will be nothing as good as Jane Austens own version if she ever did one. This is the authors second attempt of doing a sequel to 'Pride and Prejudice' and once again it is a let down, that is if you are a very in deep 'Pride and Prejudice' which is you are looking at the sequel you must truly be one, like myself of course.
The story goes that Master Edward Darcy makes trouble for the Darcy family forture and marriage by his determination to fight Napolean and his huge gambling debts. This book is a down right disappointment so don't waste your time, money or effort on the book or the author.
I'm sorry if i have offended but that is my honsty opinion


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