S. McCormack

Topsy the cat
Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,865
Helpful votes received on reviews: 97% (5,123 of 5,284)

Aviation and reading.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,865 - Total Helpful Votes: 5123 of 5284
ForeFront CasesŪ NEW KINDLE PAPERWHITE Leather Cas&hellip by ForeFront CasesŪ
4.0 out of 5 stars Great value!, 6 April 2014
I ordered this case for my Paperwhite (2nd generation). It is a snugly fitting case with a high quality feel to it, and the auto power on/off works extremely well.
I am very happy with the case - it is easy to hold and feels like proper leather. It contains magnets to hold the case shut and activate the auto power on/off. The Kindle is inserted at the inside so it cannot fall out.
Unfortunately the magnets are slightly visible after a few months of use, but they're not too obvious and personally aren't any trouble.
All in all, this is an excellent case for the price, and it is definitely worthwhile buying this instead of the official case for Ģ30!
TeckNetŪ High Precision Programmable Wireless Gami&hellip by TeckNet
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent value!, 17 Jan 2014
This review is for the 2000 dpi wireless version (the reviews for the different models of the mouse tend to get mixed up).
The mouse has a quality feel to it, is comfortable, and seems a reasonable size for most people. The side buttons are very useful for going back and forwards on web pages and file explorer, etc.
The box includes:

- The mouse.
- The USB receiver, in a slot on the underside of the mouse.
- The disc of driver software.
- An instruction booklet.

Although advertised as having 5 programmable buttons, this includes the left and right click buttons. I can't imagine wanting to program those to something different, so it is basically… Read more
Brainrush (Brainrush 1) by Richard Bard
Brainrush (Brainrush 1) by Richard Bard
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Gripping Adventure!, 7 Jan 2014
"Brainrush" is full of action and adventure, revolving around Jake Bronson and his friends.
Diagnosed with cancer and told that he has only a few months left to live, Jake is involved in an accident in an MRI scanner that gives his brain special abilities. He is then taken to Venice to be examined by the terrorist Luciano Battista, who is working on brain implants for increased intelligence and memory capabilities. Though it may sound far-fetched, it is written very believably and will certainly drag you into the pages...
Jake's gripping tale takes him from America to Venice and the mountains of Afghanistan without a break in the action, making it impossible to put down!
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