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TABTRONICS QUANTUM7+ 8GB 1.2GHz - Max 1.5Ghz - Dual Core CPU - Quad Core GPU 1024 x 600 Capacitive Android 4.1.1 JELLY BEAN Tablet PC 7" - 5 point touch - HDMI - In BLACK
TABTRONICS QUANTUM7+ 8GB 1.2GHz - Max 1.5Ghz - Dual Core CPU - Quad Core GPU 1024 x 600 Capacitive Android 4.1.1 JELLY BEAN Tablet PC 7" - 5 point touch - HDMI - In BLACK

4.0 out of 5 stars Great customer service, 4 Jun. 2013
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I have waited a few months before the review because I wanted to give it a fair chance. The first one I received - charger smelled of hot wires. It was quickly and painlessly replaced by the seller. The second worked fine for about two months, although had problems with freezing or going blank (fully charged). I sent it back and the seller replace with a new one. So in the end I changed the rating to 4 stars.

The tablet does everything I expected, is fast, sturdy and looks good. I might have been unlucky with the first two. I will probably buy another one for myself, regardless of the problems, only because the seller service is so good and fuss free when something goes wrong.
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Welcome To Rosie Hopkins' Sweetshop Of Dreams
Welcome To Rosie Hopkins' Sweetshop Of Dreams
by Jenny Colgan
Edition: Paperback
Price: £3.85

16 of 22 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars So dissapointing, 29 May 2012
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The main character was combination of Pollyanna and Brigit Jones. A nurse, who moves to a small village, runs her Aunt's Sweet Shop, saves few lives on the way, rediscovers family relations and takes the stock of her own life. YAWN.

While she is in the village - she makes a number of friends and almost everybody who meets her - seems to like her very much, or at least - learn to appreciate her later. Even if she is totally intolerant and condescending of anything not familiar to her. She goes around rolling her eyes at vegan mother letting her child run wild or patronising obese man when he comes to a sweet shop.
I actually did not read the last 50 pages or so, because it was obvious were it was going. There is a romance involved, boring, predictable, and at times cringworthy.

And, as a background for Patronising Nurse, her Great Aunt who loved once and never wanted to love again. As a result she stayed ALONE for ALL HER LIFE. This is clearly the worst that can happen to any woman!!

OMG!!

Does anyone knows an author who writes about women whose lives are not controlled by hormones or manic obsessive desire to meet her prince? Any women who does something else apart from wiping bottoms, cooking, cleaning or dreaming of past, present or future guys ?

Appreciate suggestions as I am getting more and more disappointed with every "women fiction" book being about the same, stereotypical problems.
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