Majuran Umapathee

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (144 of 168)
Location: Leeds, UK
Birthday: 16 Jan

 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,114,190 - Total Helpful Votes: 144 of 168
Reebok Medball 3Kg - Performance Blue Reebok
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The best way to think of this product is a heavy basketball- both in terms of size and the materials used for the outer surface (and you may as well ignore the 'grippy' comment in the amazon blurb as a selling point). Good construction quality but like Reebok's other fitness products there is a significant mark up for the brand name. It's fine for medicine ball exercises for toning plus it doesn't look horrible. Consider the weight of the ball you want to obtain as a number of these will take up considerable space.

In the end, a medicine ball's a medicine ball - go for the one that's the best value for moneywise for you.
Paediatric Exams: A Survival Guide, 2e (MRCPCH Stu&hellip by Paul Gaon MB  BS  MRCP(UK)  MRCPCH
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
There are loads of books out there for the MRCPCH exams. However there isn't enough time to read through them all and do all of those questions whilst preparing for exams. Essential Revision Notes in Paediatrics for MRCPCH is pretty comprehensive but it reads like a collection of lists/bullet points making it difficult to get through at times.

I found this book to be invaluabe in revising for the part 1b exam in particular. Like Surgical Talk: Revision in Surgery for finals, it's readable and takes you through individual subject topics in a tutorial fashion. It… Read more
Old World Bestiary (Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay) by Green Ronin
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Before we go any further, scroll up and have a look at the page count of this book. It's not the thickest book out there. You have been warned.

The book cleanly divides into 2 sections - a player and a GM section if you want to call them that. The first section simply has descriptions of the beasts contained within. There are only 50 or so creatures but each one's been so much care and description that a GM can incorporate them meaningfully into a campaign making them memorable (for those who play WFRP for the campaign setting) rather than the next piece of easily forgotten sheesh kebab as in D&D.

The sections the creatures are grouped into - 'Forces of Chaos,' 'The… Read more

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