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Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (166 of 190)
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Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 29,430 - Total Helpful Votes: 166 of 190
POP.SEX -- Popular Sexuality: 1 by Angie Bowie
I had the pleasure of reading a pre-pub copy of this book and was extremely impressed. It's very well researched and documents sex through the ages in a racy, provocative and, at times, hilarious manner. Seriously recommended especially to religious people because the shady and taboo history of sex and religion is a story in itself, and Angie makes some very strong and necessary points on this theme.
For God's Sake Don't Go to Church: Radical Inspiri&hellip by Archbishop Jonathan Blake
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A MUST READ book, for all those who struggle to hold onto faith after being so badly let down by the mainstream traditions of organised Christianity. Honest, Comical, Quirky, Powerful, Prophetic.

The author, Bishop Blake is a man with a passionate and generous heart. His vision of the Gospel is one that is offered unconditionally to ALL, irrespective of background, sexuality, gender, culture or religious adherence etc. If you're looking for one last book to convince you that there's still some relevance left in the message of Jesus, then go for it. You won't be disappointed.

Mark Townsend (priest)
Tony Visconti: The Autobiography: Bowie, Bolan and&hellip by Morrissey
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The first time I came across the name Tony Visconti was when I was teenager, recently hooked on the Thin White Duke. It was my older sister who was responsible. She'd just bought `Stage,' and I took to it like a young duckling to water. Over the decades I've watched the Visconti name come up time and time again and not just through Bowie's work. Perhaps my favourite `quasi-punk' record of my teenage years was Hazel O Connor's Breaking Glass, another Visconti masterpiece. I saw Hazel O Connor in concert earlier this year and she still has the ability to bring tears to my eyes with that hauntingly beautiful piece Will You.

Anyway, let's get to the book.

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