Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (17 of 19)


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Angels And Demons: (Robert Langdon Book 1) by Dan Brown
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Angels and Demons, 14 Jun 2012
Everywhere there is suspicion of conspiracy. What might be offputting to some readers is the extravagence of the violence towards inncent victims, but then again it is no different to in the other books. This particular story finds demons emerging out of religion and inhabiting a select group of scientists, the Illuminati, a group supposedly long disbanded, but appearing in a very dangerous form. There is adventure, even impossible adventure, a hero and heroine, and even romance.
Immediate Action by Andy McNab
Immediate Action by Andy McNab
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Realistic writing, 22 May 2012
One of the most refreshing things about the book is the amazing attention to detail and inordinate amount of planning put in before an operation proceeds, no gung ho rushing in without thought, guns blazing,as this will normally end in a collosal gang f*** and lots of dead soldiers.four stars from me.
Assassin's Creed Brotherhood (PS3) by Ubisoft
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Assasins Creed, 21 May 2012
New weapons such as the crossbow are very useful in how you can approach stealth kills from a distance. The combat feels more fluid and you can chain attacks together. The new addition I love is the ability to use your sword and hidden gun together to perform some devastating attacks, these can result in quick kills and give you some more space during combat. Aside from the combat/free running, it is your job to free Rome of Borgia control which are part of side missions. Courtesan, thief and assassination missions are examples that add variety to the gameplay if you don't just want to focus on the main campaign. The side missions can result in bonus items so keep an eye out for them… Read more