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Flying Eagle Sculpture on a Brown Leather Bound Jo&hellip by A Little Present
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous and magical, 15 Nov 2012
I bought this journal and the 'Holy Man' one for my partner who wanted to begin a diary. I was a little apprehensive about how they would be in the flesh but i neednt have worried. They are both absolutely gorgeous! They both smell deliciously leathery and have a real old, 'magical' feel to them. The paper is excellent quality and they are a really decent size.

I love them so much that I am definately going to purchase one for myself in the near future!
1.0 out of 5 stars Dissapointing and potentially dangerous, 8 May 2012
I never write reviews on Amazon - especially not bad ones because i think that everyones experience differs. However, with these i am really dissapointed. When i first used these they seemed good, fitted well and felt as good as the ORAL-B original one i had. However, after about a week and a half the actual brush part began to come loose from the rest of it and was wobbling around in an 'out of control' fashion. It was so far hanging out that it caught my lip in the gap and was quite painful. I thought perhaps it was just the one so i replaced it with another. However, the same problem again - the actual bit where the brush is comes loose.

If this snapped right off - which looks… Read more
Easy Statistics in Psychology: A BPS Guide by Mark Forshaw
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I stumbled across this book in a public library by accident and thank godness i did! This is an absolutely excellent book for anyone who is not familiar with statistics when embarking on a Psychology degree or any other degree requiring stats.

I often found in my lectures that the Lecturers would talk about 'Variance', 'ANOVAs', 'T-Tests' etc, often in relation to commands on SPSS, without actually explaining the fundamental basics of what these tests meant and what they were looking at. Therefore, i found myself running through 'steps' with statistics without really understanidng what i was doing.

That is where this book came in - it explains everything simply but… Read more