Tasha

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,754
Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (395 of 483)
Location: UK
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Science geek girl gamer and crafter with ADHD. Fangirl for so many things I wouldn't even know where to start. Bookworm. Coffee addict. Comic book reader.

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sleeping, reading, watching movies, internet, drawing, being crafty, chemistry, coffee, comic books, guitars, ipod, manga, science, tattoos, harry potter

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,754 - Total Helpful Votes: 395 of 483
i-Rocks Rock Series K10 Keyboard by i-rocks
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This might not be the best looking keyboard there is as it's quite heavy and clunky but it a decent bit of kit to use. The heaviness is actually a bonus as it doesn't move about when using it and the built in angle means that there won't be the problem of the little plastic legs (that tilt most keyboards) breaking. Apart from being a little on the noisy side when typing, this keyboard is great for everyday 'office' use but also comes with extra 'gaming' features such as being able to deactivate the windows key in case you accidentally press it during a game.
The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop and Café by Mary Simses
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If I'm honest I chose this book at least partly for the cover. Often this is a mistake but on this occasion all was well and I really enjoyed the book. At times it's a little predictable but in a satisfying kind of way. A nice, easy summer read.
The Queen Of The Tearling by Erika Johansen
The Queen Of The Tearling by Erika Johansen
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An excellent start to what looks like being an awesome fantasy series. With strong-willed, female protagonist, this reminded me of the Throne of Glass books and is every bit as good. My only critisism is that, like many books at the start of a series (especially fantasy ones), it is a little lacking in action in places while the world building/scene setting stuff takes place. it does pick up once you're in to it though and if it missed out on these slower parts, the story would lack somewhat. I'll definitely be looking out for the next book in the series.

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