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Reade Mesh Office Chair - Black.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I will start working from home, so I need a comfy chair.
I decided to buy this one because I had read loads of positive online comments.
I have to say it's extremely easy to assemble. I did it myself (I'm a girl) and it took me about 10 minutes max.
The chair is lovely and stylish, but most importantly very comfortable, with great back support.
Great value for money, a definite winner.
Blackpool [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ David Morrissey
Blackpool [DVD] DVD ~ David Morrissey
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I discovered Blackpool while searching for all things Tennant, after having seen him perform as Hamlet in London.
I wasn't disappointed...
It's a brilliant achievement, with top performances from all actors and a wonderfully entertaining story.
The idea to have musical numbers were actors sing over famous songs karaoke style (and sometimes dance too) was cleverly worked into the tapestry of the drama.
Without giving too much away, this is the story of Ripley Holden, the larger than life owner of an amusement arcade in Blackpool, who finds a man murdered on his premises. A nerdy cop (DI Carlisle - David Tennant) is sent from out of town to investigate and falls head over… Read more
Singing in the Shrouds by Ngaio Marsh
Singing in the Shrouds by Ngaio Marsh
5 of 10 people found the following review helpful
'Singing in the Shrouds' is a very classical, well-written whodunit. It is a Roderick Alleyn mistery and makes for a very enjoyable reading. But... Yes, there's a big but, and it's (SPOILER) the dénouement, which is, to say the least, far-fetched, absurd, totally unbelievable! If I had to compare it to a film, I'd say it's on a par with 'Psycho': great plot, setting and atmosphere, but the psychological mumbo-jumbo the doctor recites at the very ending kind of ruins it a bit. Same can be said here, so be prepared to be very, very let down... Pity, really.