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Helpful votes received on reviews: 63% (66 of 104)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 99,879 - Total Helpful Votes: 66 of 104
LAwhite® Teeth Whitening Kit With An EU Approved N&hellip by LAwhite
1.0 out of 5 stars Very disappointing, 15 April 2014
There's just one other reviewer here for whom this product didn't work. I'm number two. I had a good measure because I have two capped teeth that are whiter than my natural teeth. Having used all the gel, 8/9 applications, over a period of a month or so, there was zero difference. Very disappointing. I would advise not to waste your money, but clearly it does make a difference for some people. On a positive note, there was a fault with the product when it arrived, which was resolved courteously and immediately.
And When She Was Good by Laura Lippman
And When She Was Good by Laura Lippman
2.0 out of 5 stars It didn't work for me, 1 Sep 2013
It was a bit 'preachy' for me. The story didn't move fast enough. An undercurrent was created through narrative, but there was a lot of narrative, which meant too little action - too much telling rather than showing. I thought the premise on which the main character compartmentalised her two lives, and was able to keep them so completely separate, was unreasonable
A Good Year by Peter Mayle
A Good Year by Peter Mayle
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice light summer read, 16 Aug 2013
Peter Mayle isn't a great writer, but he does write well, his work flows nicely and has a good rhythm to it, I think. A Good Year is a light, frivolous read that's easy, whimsical and sometimes funny, a book in which nothing dangerous/serious/scary is going to happen. It doesn't have convoluted plots and sub-plots. One of the reviewers suggests it's an ideal book to read on the sun lounger or some such, on a summer's day and with a glass of wine. Spot on. It's pure escapism and a 'feel good' read. If you want stronger stuff, don't buy this book. I loved it and have read it several times. I marginally prefer the film of the book, which has some changes that fit the film mode of… Read more