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Yamaha PSR-E443 Digital Keyboard
Yamaha PSR-E443 Digital Keyboard
Price: £233.13

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A good buy., 18 July 2014
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A great keyboard with multiple functions including arpeggios, beginnings. endings, riffs. Perfect for teaching electronic keyboard to the higher grades.


In the Land of the Long White Cloud (In the Land of the Long White Cloud saga)
In the Land of the Long White Cloud (In the Land of the Long White Cloud saga)
by Sarah Lark
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.94

3.0 out of 5 stars In the Land of the Long White Cloud, 10 Jun 2013
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I started this book full of hope as I was interested in the both New Zealand and the historical aspect of it.
What a disappointment! I love historical novels but I expect them to be at least accurate. Although parts of this book seemed well-researched it was spoilt in particular by Americanisms. No self-respecting English aristocrat in the 19th century would have said "gotten" and I would doubt the hierarchy as described of the viscount's family. For someone who is a professed animal lover I felt that the author's inclusion of graphic details of a seal and whale hunt was unnecessary and was upsetting to read.


Shadows of the Past
Shadows of the Past
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Shadows of the Past, 3 May 2013
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If a book is intended for the English market then surely it isn't too much to ask that words are spelt the English way particularly when the storyline is about 19th century English aristocracy. I think phrases like 'your point is' are too up-to-date and words like 'gotten' are not used in England.

The storyline was very static with no substantial content and it could be predicted all the way through what would happen in the end. To me the storyline was not particularly believable given that it was set 200 years ago: things happened that just would not have happened then.

If you just want a not particularly taxing book and don't care that Americanisms scream from every page (although the author is English) then this book could be for you.


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