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Bubble Breaker Pro by Kieran Nichols
Bubble Breaker Pro by Kieran Nichols
11 of 15 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars it really is that bad!, 24 Feb 2013
I read the other reviews and thought it can't be that bad surely?
I am not a serious gamer, I love games like Tetris and other bubble popping games that can kill a few minutes whilst drinking a cup of coffee.
However this is truly awful. The second picture at the top is, unfortunately, a very good indication of what the game looks like.
Seriously do not waste your time!
The Wicked Lady Next Door by James A Kennedy
The Wicked Lady Next Door by James A Kennedy
2.0 out of 5 stars frustrating!, 8 April 2012
I would give this book 3 stars for the first half but then it feels like the author needed to finish it in a bit of a hurry so my rating then drops - if I could give it 1 1/2 I would've done.
The most annoying thing about this is it is SO badly checked (if it has been at all) 'Packed' does not mean the same as 'parked' 'safe' is not 'save' 'halve' should be 'half and so on..........but it took a while to work out 'seats' should be 'sits' which just meant having to re-read bits over again to make sense of them.
Proof read this would've made a much better story but still not great.
The Lion, the Lamb, the Hunted: A Psychological Th&hellip by Andrew E. Kaufman
43 of 47 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great read, 3 April 2012
Finished reading this in a couple of days and thought it was a very well written book that keeps you on the edge of your seat wanting to know what will happen next.
The story follows Patrick who is a reporter looking into the disappearence and murder of a 3 year old boy several years ago in a small town. The trouble is, it's the sort of town where everyone knows everybody else's business and it's not long before it seems like someone is trying to stop him from finding out the truth.
There are also flashbacks to Patrick's unhappy childhood, which doesn't help him to trust anyone now.
The ending is quite unexpected - I did wonder if it might be earlier in the book but it still… Read more