Mr. Robert Ward

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 84% (101 of 120)
Location: Yorkshire, UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 65,452 - Total Helpful Votes: 101 of 120
Still Climbing ~ Leslie West
Still Climbing ~ Leslie West
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, 22 Jan 2014
I like Leslie West. But I found this CD hard to get into. His last album, "Unusual Suspects" had some of the best songs he's ever recorded. Well impressed. But it also had some pretty poor stuff. This album has some good stuff on it - Busted disgusted and Dyin since I was born, but they are not as good as the great songs on Unusual Suspects. Sadly, it also has some pretty awful stuff. Fade into you, Not over you at all and when a man loves a woman. Cringe. So poor that I find it hard to play the album. So ultimately a disappointing and patchy record, that I'm afraid will soon be gone from my CD collection.
Top of the Lake [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Elisabeth Moss
Top of the Lake [DVD] DVD ~ Elisabeth Moss
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
I started to watch this with some anticipation, but found it a struggle to get to the end. A lot of incoherent mumbo jumbo and a set of off the shelf ideas taken from other crime shows. All put together without much continuity or story telling. A lot of ideas thrown together without any thought as to what came before or after What was the point of Holly Hunter's role? I really don't know. The solution to the crime that was the subject of 6 hours TV came about in the last 10 minutes out of nothing and by accident. And what happened about the murder of the state agent - nothing! The acting - ordinary and unconvincing at best. The lead role - wooden and one dimensional. And how many times in… Read more
The Rhode Island Campaign: The First French and Am&hellip by Christian M. McBurney
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is a very well writtten book that covers an area of the war that is often overlooked. A couple of drawbacks. (1) It concentrates heavily on the American aspects and does not deal with the British side in the same detail. This is disappointing and makes the book a bit lop sided. (2) It deals with some parts of the story in very great detail - perhaps too much. This is also the case in may American books on the ACW. It does bring out the problems of the alliance between France and the USA and deals with this very well. In doing so it also reminds the reader of the huge impact of the French decision to declare war on Britain - perhaps the single factor that lead to the successful break… Read more

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