Mr. R. J. Pascall

"Llandamaar"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 58% (84 of 146)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 500,875 - Total Helpful Votes: 84 of 146
Ninja: The Way of the Tiger 0 by David Walters
This was the first Kickstarter I have ever paid towards and am very excited to get book 67 in a few months and although I was sent the PDF of this Prequel always knew I would have to buy it as a physical copy when I could.
It is a real shame the real book is literally just a printed PDF with the Hyperlinks still in pace, badly printed pictures and countless grammatical and punctuation errors all wrapped in a very low quality binding but simply having the book is worth that.
The story/game is not on par with the earlier books but still an enjoyable book nonetheless.
As a standalone book for non-fans I would give it a 2/5 for all the mistakes and lack of quality but as a fan I… Read more
LeapFrog Learn & Groove Phonics Radio by LeapFrog
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I bought this for my daughter when she was 6 months and now, at just over 1, I am glad to say she has shown little or no interest in it and I no longer need to be concerned about her learning bad habits from it.
"What bad habits" I hear you say? Well how about the letter L being pronounced "UL", and K pronounced "Kss".
My biggest bugbear though is how I is for Igaloo. That's right, not Igloo but for some reason it is pronounced here with an A in the middle.
All the letters of the alphabet are given one of about 5 different songs with the letters and 1 spelt word added in, making it sound like one of those terrible automatic Telephone lines of the late 90s, you know "Did you… Read more
World's End: Book One of the Age of Misrule by Mark Chadbourn
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I remember being in my local bookstore and seeing a book on the shelf depicting a dragon sat astride a car.
As a lover of fantasy I was naturally drawn straight to this and, having read the synopsis decided it sounded promising.
Now I have read fantasy/reality crossover books before with varying results (A positive being Princess Bride and a less than positive being the Torg series) so I went in with scepticism but am happy to report than by the end of the first chapter I was hooked.
What I found was a plethora of interesting characters, beautifully realised drama and a fantastic sense of the wonderful. Everything from Black Shuck through to Faeries makes and appearance as… Read more

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