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The Way You Look Tonight by Richard Madeley
The Way You Look Tonight by Richard Madeley
4.0 out of 5 stars A good read, 15 Aug 2014
I enjoyed this story as much as I did the first one. I think Richard writes well and paces the tale nicely. I didn't realise that it was a sequel to his previous book until I was a little way into it, but actually each book stands alone nicely anyway. I like the style of writing, even though the story is a bit predictable. I will certainly buy any future books he writes
Through a Glass Darkly (Parish & Richards 10) by Tim Ellis
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, 27 April 2014
I, like other reviewers of this book, have found this instalment of P & R disappointing. There are far too many story lines, it becomes confusing trying to keep up. Stretching parish's history over 10 books, and probably more, is beyond ridiculous! I really don't care any more. It's become pointless and not even vaguely of interest.
However, for me, the biggest problem with this grisly tale is the character of Michelangelo.the name is a cliche to start with! There is no such thing as a hair lip! Many years ago these were called hare lips. So called because of an apparent similarity to the lip of a hare. In recent years this condition has been, more accurately, renamed cleft lip. A… Read more
About Time [DVD] [2013] <b>DVD</b> ~ Rachel McAdams
About Time [DVD] [2013] DVD ~ Rachel McAdams
24 of 30 people found the following review helpful
I love this movie! I'll be honest, I do love all Richard Curtis' movies, but this one, this one touched me. It is a simple tale, beautifully told and acted. Normal people with a slight twist. No great dramas, just a brilliantly crafted story of a family. I fell in love with Tim and Mary, and Kit Kat, with mum and dad and even the friends. Domhnall Gleeson is a relevation, Rachel MacAdam understated and just, well, lovely!
The music is, as always with a Curtis movie, a crucial factor, and is, as ever, stunning. John Boden and 'How long will I love you' wow! Just wow!
Am I being over effusive? Probably, but on so many levels this film has stayed with me, and has changed something in… Read more

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