Big Jim

"Big Jim"
Two geese walk into a bar...
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (8,103 of 8,858)
Location: London, UK
In My Own Words:
Yes, you will find most of reviews are positive to some extent. This is because I will only review something I have enjoyed and played/read the whole way through. If I don't like something I will stop reading/turn it off. I don't believe I am therefore qualified to review items I have not given 100% attention to. I am not a professional reviewer and reserve the right to give up on stuff I don't li… Read more


Top Reviewer Ranking: 49 - Total Helpful Votes: 8103 of 8858
Anker 2600mAh Li-ion Battery for Samsung Galaxy S4 by Anker
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
It has been working fine now for a fortnight so absolutely nothing negative to report. Holds charge well, averaging 3 days between charges for normal, internet light use. I can't say if higher useage would cause any problems but for my purposes this battery is just the ticket
Blowback (The Enzo Files) by Peter May
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Another of the better books in the series. The crime aspects of the case are almost secondary to the descriptions and explanations of the French restaurant and wine trades and the coming together of various strands in Enzo's personal life is welcome. Some of the action sequences are rather forced I feel and unless I missed it, an attempt on Enzo's life somehow gets forgotten about in the denouement. As it stands however this ongoing threat and the 2 other murders Enzo is meant to solve are as yet not drawn to a conclusion so more please!
Freeze Frame (The Enzo Files) by Peter May
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is more like it. With the action taking place predominantly on an island off the Breton coast the parallels with the Lewis trilogy are there to be drawn. The claustrophobic island atmosphere is beautifully described and the sense of place is palpable. I think that confining the action to one location allows the author more scope to describe place and character which assists to create the dark mood that presides over what is a very decent whodunit. Great stuff.