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Helpful votes received on reviews: 75% (44 of 59)
Location: Nottingham, UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,364,676 - Total Helpful Votes: 44 of 59
Candy Girl: A Year in the Life of an Unlikely Stri&hellip by Diablo Cody
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The script of film Juno is written by the same author Diablo Cody. I like the movie so much that I decided to find out more about the writer and bought this book.

It is a disappointment. To summarise her story- she is an average secretary leading a repetitive and unexciting life. Then she met her boyfriend through internet. Her boyfriend is surprisingly tolerating. She decided to adventure on a local stripping show. Then more stripping on another classier stripping venue. Her insights and thoughts and interesting episode of meeting workers in the stripping venues.

She reveals some of the hardship of stripper, and clear some of general misunderstanding. Yet, in all,… Read more
McGee on Food and Cooking: An Encyclopedia of Kitc&hellip by Harold Mcgee
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I buy this book having read some of the reviews from other reader. I am a keen cook and keen reader and I am not let down by the book. I would like to recommend it to every keen cook or food lovers.

True to its subtitle of encyclopaedia, this book contains an extensive summary of modern research and science on food and cooking. It is hard not to praise Mcgee's effort to compose such voluminous volume to the general readers and professionals alike. In about 800 pages the book encompass a huge range of subject useful for anyone to get an overview of the subject. It also contain a long reference page useful to those who like to research further. The book is hugely informative… Read more
The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalis&hellip by Naomi Klein
4 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Having read No Logo and the reviews of the book I anticipated a leftist rant on capitalism, I am nevertheless shocked and disturbed by the detailed accounts of torture method and allegation of CIA-sponsored psychiatric research into electro-shock treatment. Naomi Klein has provided abundant evidence and accounts on the torture section and this left reader with a lasting impression throughout the book. However, her long account is necessarily disturbing and she relied too heavily on using electro-shock therapy to support her shock doctrine hypothesis. This as a popular writer may arouse our antipathy toward CIA, other power figures and corporations, affirming her moral grounds and socialist… Read more