Kevin Gascoyne

Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (138 of 153)
Location: Northampton, England



Top Reviewer Ranking: 74,964 - Total Helpful Votes: 138 of 153
And Then There Were None (Facsimile Edition) by Agatha Christie
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
After many years of this facsimile edition being promised, then withdrawn, it has finally been published by Harper Collins with a mixed US and UK facsimile of the original dust jacket, the front cover being the original 1940 US version. Whilst I would have liked a version with the original 1939 UK dust jacket, just to complete my collection, this was never going to happen due to the original UK title (Ten Little N*****s) being too controversial. Having said that, the cover for this version is beautifully reproduced and looks stunning.

The book itself has always been one of my favourites, with a cracking story involving ten strangers, invited by the mysterious U. N Owen to… Read more
Barbarella (Bob Crewe-Charles Fox) ~ Ost
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Thank the mathmos; finally, a Barbarella OST, containing the full title song, and not the edited track that has appeared on vinyl and cd so many times before. This is an excellent soundtrack, with the added bonus of an alternative theme for Barbarella, which, in my humble opinion, appears to have been slightly influenced by the original, unused composer for the film, Michel Magne. I remember taking a friend to see the film at a late night showing in East Finchley, London, and she commented at the time that she had never seen a film where the music complimented the film so much - an eclectic mish-mash of styles which individually suited their scenes - a psychedelic trip, which is very much… Read more
La Terra E Il Cielo  Organic Spelt Spaghetti 500 g&hellip by La Terra E Il Cielo
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Pasta, 24 Dec 2012
I decided to buy spelt spaghetti after seeing Nigella Lawson using it in a receipe. Now, I rarely use any other type of spaghetti. I have found the slightly nutty flavour compliments a lot of sauces, especially basic tomato sauce and bolognese. The best thing of all, though, is that whilst regular pasta has tended to make me feel bloated after eating it, I have found that I don't have the same problem with spelt pasta. I definitely recommend trying spelt pasta.

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