I was looking for a sleek and generic solution to wall-mount my Sony NWZF805B F Series 16GB MP3 Walkman Player - Black. Eventually found Dockem... exactly what I wanted. Arrived in a neat package with easy-to-follow mounting instructions. Before the item arrived I thought it was a bit pricey, but now I have it, I believe it was well worth the money.
I found it pretty easy to turn the pages and enjoyed the pace of the story. The characters were likeable but somewhat one dimesional.
The story is fun but cheesy enough to test one's willing supension. The frequent hacking into computers was irritating and poorly researched; the author has clearly not spoken to an Internet security expert. Hospitals have pretty sophisticated web security such as hardware VPN response tokens... the kid in the book isn't even particularly bright.
Gripes asside I enjoyed the rest of the story and would like to read the next in the series.
This is by far the best album Def Leppard have released - only it isn't an album; it's a collection of B sides and nearlys. Some great non-traditional Def Leppard tracks like Desert Song and Fractured Love as well as some good old rock tracks like Ride into the Sun and Ring of Fire. There's also a storming cover of an old sweet song - Action - and was released as a single. Ballads are not missing, buut don't be surprised to hear Miss You in a Heartbeat no less than three times on the album! I can't wait till the next B-side collection!