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Routledge Handbook of South Asian Politics: India,&hellip by Paul R. Brass
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended., 8 Dec 2013
Unsurprisingly, this is the volume that all undergraduate students are expected to have read before beginning courses in South Asian politics.
The coverage is comprehensive, without being overly long. Each chapter is self-contained, which makes it extremely readable and useful for reference purposes. It is easy, for instance, to get a good understanding of the militaries of South Asia in the relevant chapter in just 12 pages.
In short: exactly what it says on the tin. Highly recommended.
Leaving Homosexuality: A Practical Guide for Men a&hellip by Alan Chambers
10 of 18 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Horrific, 27 Nov 2012
Please stop selling this rubbish that encourages people to hate who they are. The obvious message is that being gay is a "lifestyle" less valuable or worthwhile; it is thus homophobic regardless of the supposed "tolerance" of the author.
Take a stand, Amazon.
A Level Maths Essentials Core 3 for OCR Book and C&hellip by Janet Crawshaw
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This revision book is, in a word, excellent.
It covers all the topics in sufficient detail. Worked examples are shown to display clearly how to solve the types of questions that appear in OCR Core 3 papers.
Explanations and formulae are given without proofs which, in my eyes, is a massive plus; larger textbooks contain complicated and somewhat confusing derivations of the C3 formulae, which this product wisely avoids.
I went from knowing next to nothing (and achieving 'D' grades in papers) to scoring 95-100% (purely on the basis of the guidance contained within the book) in just one week.
Despite its rather dull orange tone, this book really is a "must-buy" for C3… Read more

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