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Sunday Girl
Sunday Girl
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5.0 out of 5 stars Catchy and slightly bonkers. Just right!, 26 Jan. 2015
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I LOVE this track. Nice one TRiP


Sliding on the Snow Stone
Sliding on the Snow Stone

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Utterly engrossing and inspiring, 7 Sept. 2013
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This is not my genre of book, at all, but I ended up not being able to put it down. Knowing that it was based on fact made for an inspiring and absorbing read. An exploration into life events that we never want to have to live ourselves but one that many have, and are still doing, in one way or another. This personalised historical facts (many of which I was unaware of)and I felt myself drawn in to an understanding and appreciation of determination and strength when the human spirit refuses to be broken. It was not the doom and gloom story that I imagined it to be, albeit that was the background, but rather, one of courage, dignity, honour, decisions and the need to survive - against the odds.
Andy Szpuk tells his father's story in an accessible way and I feel that I have learnt a lot, in different ways, by reading this book. I highly recommend it - it makes you appreciate what you have and what others don't.


Happier Than A Billionaire: The Sequel
Happier Than A Billionaire: The Sequel
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5.0 out of 5 stars A sequel that is as entertaining as the original, 2 Aug. 2013
I get the impression that Nadine Pisani writes as she thinks/talks and she writes like a friend, who doesn't take herself too seriously, chatting to you about her experiences - easy going, entertaining and funny. One to avoid reading when on public transport as quite a few laugh out loud moments. I would certainly read book 3, if one is on the agenda, as I am sure that there will be many more challenges and obstacles to have to boogie board over - albeit it with a glorious view to soften the rough edges. Great story, Nadine and Rob - I thoroughly enjoyed reading about your bravery and adventures.


The Bank Manager and the Bum
The Bank Manager and the Bum
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Good, the Bad and the Ugly all wrapped in one neat package,, 31 July 2013
Don't judge a book by its cover, people are not always what they first appear to be, a family in crisis, bullies, despair and hope are all covered in this story which pulls you in right from the very start. Darren Sant is able to write `real' characters that gently carry you into their lives and situations so you need to find out what happens to them all.
Well worth a read


The COnNeCtworker
The COnNeCtworker
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5.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining to read and you'll want to finish it in one sitting., 18 July 2013
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If you use networking - mean it and be nice. Throw out the old concepts of networking and become a meaningful Connectworker instead.
Michele Jennae has created an easily digestible and entertaining story to show us how to use best practice in an increasingly hard and competitive marketplace.
Real characters show us how we can be our best selves, to better ourselves and those around us, with increased business results.
I started to read this expecting a dry 'how-to' book of networking tips but was pleasantly surprised. Instead I found a character led parable which easily showed how you can use best practice in the demanding world of business. Find out how to reap what you sow in Michele Jennae's entertaining and quick to read book.


The Bank Manager and the Bum
The Bank Manager and the Bum
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Good, the Bad and the Ugly all wrapped in one neat package, 21 Jun. 2013
Don't judge a book by its cover, people are not always what they first appear to be, a family in crisis, bullies, despair and hope are all covered in this story which pulls you in right from the very start. Darren Sant is able to write `real' characters that gently carry you into their lives and situations so you need to find out what happens to them all.
Well worth a read


Off The Record 1 - A Charity Anthology (38 Short Stories Based On Classic Song Titles)
Off The Record 1 - A Charity Anthology (38 Short Stories Based On Classic Song Titles)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great Mix, 21 Sept. 2012
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What a fantastic mix of short stories by a varied range of Authors from both sides of the Atlantic. A great way to get a taste of no less than 38 different Authors in one engrossing tome. Luca Veste, as Editor, has pulled together a coherent Anthology which sets a good pace from start to finish and he should be applauded for doing so. Even better all these writers have given their stories for free in aid of two Children's Literacy Charities in the UK and US. A bargain read which is for an excellent cause. Very highly recommended.


In Her Own Words... Interview with a London Call Girl
In Her Own Words... Interview with a London Call Girl
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5.0 out of 5 stars Makes you think, or rethink, 21 Sept. 2012
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I hadn't noticed the length so was somewhat surprised when it suddenly finished but I have given my rating based on the content and the cause. If something can make you think and reassess how you look at someone it has done its work, and done it well. Being 'in her own words' made the sentiment immediate and engrossing. The confusion, in her own mind, was palpable and I really wanted to find out more and what happened to this person but in an empathetic manner not a voyeuristic one.


The Bitch
The Bitch

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5.0 out of 5 stars Les Edgerton is turning out to be an ha-bitch-ually consistent writer, 11 July 2012
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This is the second Les Edgerton novel that I have read; the first being 'The Perfect Crime'. I would certainly look forward to reading more as Les takes a scenario and moves it along, keeping you engrossed in the story right to the very last. 'The Bitch'. 'stars' Jake, an ex-con who has had his couple of chances and is under the threat of next time it'd be Don't Pass Go, Go Straight To Jail - forever. Trying to keep straight gets a little complicated and Jake goes from frying pan, to fat, to frying pan again. Les manages to show the desperation and gets you to empathise with this character as he does his best. Does he succeed? You'll have to read the book to see. Set aside a few spare hours as you won't want to put it down, and will want to see what happens next, in Jake's increasingly complicated life as he desperately tries to avoid 'Life' inside.


The Perfect Crime
The Perfect Crime

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Perfect Read, 28 Jun. 2012
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A thoroughly enjoyable read which flowed nicely throughout.The characters were believable and the plot realistic. I would certainly read more by Les Edgerton.


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