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Smoke & Mirrors and Steven Seagal: The Burning Pants of Popular Culture
Smoke & Mirrors and Steven Seagal: The Burning Pants of Popular Culture
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5.0 out of 5 stars Accessible, interesting, funny... vintage Millard., 21 May 2014
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I purchased this release as a fan of Millard's writing style/previous work and of pro wrestling, and I was not disappointed. I enjoy him most when he is at his most acerbic. As others have said his style is very accessible and thus I would recommend the Kindle download as perfect reading for a commute or longer trip to the loo, as that's where most of my reading occurs.


The Beach Diaries 2012
The Beach Diaries 2012
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You need this book., 12 April 2013
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A fascinating read of the author's personal observations. Often hilarious, sometimes poignant, always entertaining ; Millard captures very succinctly the zeitgeist of 21st Century Britain, and delivers it in small, happily digestible morsels. It's perfect reading for dipping in and out of, a fine collection which you can read from start to finish or, if liked, enjoyed by randomly selecting a page and indulging when you literally only have seconds to kill. A great book for the commute in the morning or perhaps perfect for a quick iChuckle on the Blackberry between your subordinate's appraisal meeting, and that vital presentation to the board. A very modern slant on the unwashed masses, for the modern-thinking, upwardly-mobile reader.

In addition, I only ever read books on the toilet myself, and found TBD'12 a perfect accompaniment to my morning movements.


Cat Gallery 2013 (Page a Day Gallery Calendar)
Cat Gallery 2013 (Page a Day Gallery Calendar)
by Workman
Edition: Calendar

5.0 out of 5 stars Lovely, perfect gift for cat lover., 12 Jan. 2013
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I usually buy mother dearest a "normal" cat calendar with monthly display, but this year I thought I would go above and beyond and thought "why get her 12 cats when this has over 300?" Charming and practical, great gift.


Transformers: Time Wars
Transformers: Time Wars
by Simon Furman
Edition: Paperback

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Genius, thy name is Furman, 17 Feb. 2004
This is a superb piece of work, from the slightly-horrific climax of "Dry Run" right through to the memorable end to the saga, this is a high-octane monster of a story that gets into 5th gear early and doesnt slow down. After the Quints and Unicron have been covered in previous arcs, we get what we initially expected when Galvy first arrived - a cull. Admittedly the Mayhems weren't exactly top draws. In fact this was likely the Deluxe Insecticons only major apperance, but the killing of various Wreckers was shocking. Truly a super saga.


Transformers: Space Pirates
Transformers: Space Pirates
by Simon Furman
Edition: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars The Quints make their UK debut, 17 Feb. 2004
The fans who enjoyed previous Movie-related shenanigans would love this. Here the Quints, who in the Movie were reduced to morons playing mock trial on their own planet, come off as genuine world-conquering badasses, taking on the Transformers on two fronts. Metroplex gets a look in, and in general it's a great piece of work. Only Time Wars may be better.


Transformers: Fallen Angel
Transformers: Fallen Angel
by Simon Furman
Edition: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars The UK continuity gets really moving, 17 Feb. 2004
Previous reviewers which have purported Target:2006 to be a stand alone tie-in to the Movie were right - it was designed to prompt readers to see the Movie, and was an enjoyable little romp in itself. In the wake of the Movie the US comic continued to be used as a forum to get the latest toys out, but the UK comic featured storylines featuring the characters from the Movie which fans desired more stories about. "Fallen Angel" is a great start to the storylines, and certainly a good pre-cursor to the Quints\Unicron dominated future storyline arcs and the full-on carnage of Time Wars.


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