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The "Errors" in the King James Bible
The "Errors" in the King James Bible
Price: £5.76

5.0 out of 5 stars vital, 28 Mar 2014
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This is vital reading. I say that and mean it rather than talking metaphorically. It is easy to get caught up in other versions of the bible and think we we are reading the word but this shows the watering down which occurs in translations


2 Girls Red Glitter Bow Hair Ponios/Bands AJ27407
2 Girls Red Glitter Bow Hair Ponios/Bands AJ27407
Offered by I heart fashion accessories
Price: £3.99

5.0 out of 5 stars very pretty, 12 Jan 2014
i got these for my daughter over christmas they are very pretty and much more sparkly than the picture suggests.


Fatboy To Ironman
Fatboy To Ironman
Price: £3.35

5.0 out of 5 stars Very good and lighthearted, 17 Nov 2013
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This review is from: Fatboy To Ironman (Kindle Edition)
This is a very good book. Its written from a light hearted view with plenty of humor. I think he misses out most of the pain and focuses on the funny and good times but at the same time I am sure the book is intended to be motivational so doesn't go into how to recover from bad gravel rash or pulled muscles :-) Got it on my kindle and for the price I would really recommend it.


mOrg
mOrg
Price: £1.91

1.0 out of 5 stars naff in general and some functions don't work, 2 Jan 2013
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This review is from: mOrg (App)
Very disappointed. The software lacks functionality I would class as minimum and some functionality simply just does not work - I.e. expenses. My opinion is that it's not worth the hassle of downloading let alone paying money for. If you are the developer please feel free to contact me.


The Forgotten Dead: 60th Anniversary Edition: Why 946 American Servicemen Died Off the Coast of Devon in 1944 - and the Man Who Discovered Their True Story
The Forgotten Dead: 60th Anniversary Edition: Why 946 American Servicemen Died Off the Coast of Devon in 1944 - and the Man Who Discovered Their True Story
by Ken Small
Edition: Paperback
Price: £5.24

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great - a must reead if there ever was one., 7 Aug 2012
I'm not usually interested in history books but this one is different. It seems as much to do with the determination of a person trying to find out the truth as to the truth he uncovers. I would recommend this to anyone - in fact I think the truth is so tragic as many people as possible should read it to discover this truth and to remember those that died.


MOFRED® 10 in Pack Screen Protector Value Pack For Samsung Galaxy S2 II i9100 with Cleaning Cloth And Application Card
MOFRED® 10 in Pack Screen Protector Value Pack For Samsung Galaxy S2 II i9100 with Cleaning Cloth And Application Card
Offered by MOFRED PRODUCTS
Price: £9.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to apply, 11 July 2012
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I've brought screen savers before but these seem to be easier to put on. The one thing that is important is that the screen is completely clean of dust (the kit contains a lint free cleaning cloth). Also apply the protector in a dust free area - I didn't to start with (although the instructions told be to) and static pulled dust onto the screen saver as I opened it. After following the instructions though the screen saver went on really easily - a couple of small bubbles were easily removed by brushing them out. There seems to be plenty in the pack as well so all in all I am very happy with the purchase. The supplier delivered very quickly as well so I will be buying from them again. highly recommended all round :-)


Quelle Surprise [Explicit]
Quelle Surprise [Explicit]
Price: £0.79

5.0 out of 5 stars Class, 24 Mar 2012
Another great set of tracks. Not quite sure why they put a clean version on - seems to waste space and cost money but I'm sure someone somewhere plays it. The rest are well worth having in your collection. My favorite track on here isn't Quelle Surprise but Rout's remix of Destabilise. I know although most people seem to like it the track has mixed reviews when compared to the original. For me though, although the original is brilliant the filtered/over throttled sound (i.e. it seems to be filtered but with so much gain in places that the synth oscillators are just about to go completely unstable) really fits the track. It seems to give it a chilled out but ready to melt sort of feel. Love it


Common Dreads
Common Dreads
Price: £7.84

5.0 out of 5 stars top notch, 18 May 2011
This review is from: Common Dreads (Audio CD)
What a great band. I like their style - which seems to constantly change while at the same time remains very unique.


A Journey
A Journey
by Tony Blair
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £25.00

49 of 107 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, 5 Sep 2010
This review is from: A Journey (Hardcover)
I'm not going to go into the details of the book. I am sure anyone bothering reading the review will have an understanding of the plot. I was looking forward to getting hold of a copy and was expecting the story and plot to be well thought out. I must admit Tony did construct a realistic narration which if looked at in isolation would be a believable work of fiction. The prose and engineered sincerity of the main character is quite believable so perhaps when the author produces other works he may be able to build on this. I think where the story fails though is in its situation. The Author as centred the story in the recent past and this is where it falls down. Its ok writing fiction, I like it. Its good writing history - I like it. Its also good writing fiction based on a historical context as long as the history matches reality. A great example of this that comes to mind is Pans Labyrinth. Complete fiction but based in an environment which is historically accurate. The problem with Tony's first work though is that it is obvious fantasy (which we were all expecting from the author) but unfortunately it is also historically inaccurate. The historical setting and actions of the main characters, while based on real people, is very inaccurate and therefore the whole book falls down into a farce. It was shame because we have all heard the stories Tony has told before and he hasn't made the mistake of mixing his fantasy with any reality whatsoever in the past. Lets hope he goes back to what he knows best next time so he just writes his fantasy without any link to supposed reality


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