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Nurse Jackie - Season 1-2 [DVD]
Nurse Jackie - Season 1-2 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Edie Falco
Price: 25.57

5.0 out of 5 stars Totallly Brilliant!!, 27 April 2014
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This is pure genuis and will seriously get you hooked. It is refreshing and takes a serious subject but deals with it in a sensitive and humous way.Eve Best is delightful and the British element. Whilst Edie get to gel everyone together she doesn't steal the lime light from her co stars as their parts take greater presidence.


The Shock of the Fall
The Shock of the Fall
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars How did it win so many awards?!!, 27 April 2014
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The premises for this book is a good idea, however it jumps about all over the place. The average read will find it frustrating and in places the structure of the sentences doesn't even begin to make sense. It is a book that tries and fails (in my opinon) to deal with story lines and ideas tthat appear from nowhere! They have no place just suddenly being inserted into a piece of text without any form of explanation of build up. Confusing and hard going.


Nurse Jackie - Season 5 [DVD]
Nurse Jackie - Season 5 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Edie Falco
Price: 17.15

5.0 out of 5 stars Edie and Co are Brill, 27 April 2014
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You'll want to laugh and cry. This series has many subtle plot twist but remains hystical and amusing. There really is no way to truly explain this but it you've not watch any series go back to series 1 as that is where the plot is set up and you'll be hooked. Jackie rules!


All Creatures Great and Small: The classic memoirs of a Yorkshire country vet (James Herriot 1)
All Creatures Great and Small: The classic memoirs of a Yorkshire country vet (James Herriot 1)
by James Herriot
Edition: Paperback
Price: 6.29

4.0 out of 5 stars A Classic, 27 April 2014
I picked this book up Second Hand from Oxfam. It contians the 1st two book and the first few chapters of the 3rd book. It is delgihtful and enjoyable read. Fresh and littered with laughter that will bring the reader to tears. Despite the fact the books being set in the 1930's they still have a lot of relevence today. A great book to curl up with.


Nurse Jackie - Season 1 [DVD]
Nurse Jackie - Season 1 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Edie Falco
Price: 11.75

5.0 out of 5 stars Dark and Delightful, 5 Jan 2014
I stumbled across this by accident and am totally hooked. She is so naughtly and her colleuges personal issus aren't any better each is complex and each you can relate too. This is pure comedy but deals with with issues that can often affect people round you. At the heart it also is about friendships and relationships with colleagues and learning where the boundaries are.


Dancing On The Edge
Dancing On The Edge
Price: 14.04

5.0 out of 5 stars Sensational!, 5 Jan 2014
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This review is from: Dancing On The Edge (Audio CD)
I watch the TV series that accompanied this soundtrack when it come out on the TV and found that I really love the music I was even subconciosly singing along to it int he Kitchen between shows (Just don't expected me to do it in public). Every song with captivate you. Some songs are so well written and catchy that you'll be hooked by them. I won't spoil it for you but I'll tell this is worth every penny and you'll never tirer of it even it you play it back to back several times a day for several days continously. So "Hey diddle diddle, the Cat and the Fiddle, the Dish ran away with the spoon..." enjoy!


Acceptable Risk
Acceptable Risk
by Robin Cooke
Edition: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars Interestingly Witching, 11 July 2012
This review is from: Acceptable Risk (Paperback)
If you find medical books with risk elements read this, Occult and witchcraft interested - You'd enjoy this! To have a read that compeltely crosses both interests is delightfully delectable and actively intoxicating. Simply put this is a must read!


Cold Earth
Cold Earth
by Sarah Moss
Edition: Paperback
Price: 7.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Suitable for read group discussion, 16 April 2012
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This has been until recently a neglected second hand copy on a growing book shelf. I found myself pleasantly surprised. This book is an interesting concept with different characters and personalities clashes. For a short novel it's depth of dealt thorough character input is immense. I felt the ending was perhaps a little rushed and there is a long that is left up to reader input. Plenty of discussion points here for a reading group but not so good if you're a single person reading this. However don't knock it, try it and discover a different class of modern writer!


Mary Tudor: England's First Queen
Mary Tudor: England's First Queen
by Anna Whitelock
Edition: Paperback
Price: 6.99

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mary - The Forgotten 1st Queen, 31 Jan 2012
Although she was England's first Queen and the eldest daughter of Hanry VIII she is very much forgotten. This book is beautifully researched and written. It shows Mary in her true light. Proving that she is indeeed the daughter of Henry VIII. The treatment of her by her father is most evident in the way she later treated her subjects. It is a shame that she is forgotten so badly despite what she did. Why should she seem to be cast into the shadow of her little half sister Elizabeth? This book tries to answer a lot of questions and makes you see Mary in a completely humanising light.


The Independence of Miss Mary Bennet
The Independence of Miss Mary Bennet
by Colleen McCullough
Edition: Paperback
Price: 10.51

1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing and Dull, 30 Aug 2011
Whilst this book might be called a sequel it clearly isn't. Darcy and Elizabeth are still in contact with Jane and Bingley and Darcy still doesn't want to know about Lydia (who's elusive husband seems to get worse - as does Lydia). Kitty is also apparantly married but the main focuse of this is supposed to be Mary. A tricky character to write about she seems to become even more harsh - losing some of her hunmanity.

This is the first book I've tried by this author and it doesn't encourage me to pick up another one of hers. Although, I don't believe that she's entirely to blame as Mary isn't easy to get along with at the best of times. It's nice to see a novel where someone tries to give her some sense of closure but Jane Austen's novel did it so seemlessly that it is difficult to really pick up any of the characters without them being tainted by our own individual view point.


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