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Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (10 of 11)
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DOGSAFE by Aileen Reynolds
DOGSAFE by Aileen Reynolds
Another dog book I hear you say. Well, yes BUT this one is different. It does not go into all the training aspects that bog down so many others, nor does it get embroiled in technical 'jargo-speak'. What it DOES do however, is give you an insight into how your dog thinks, how other humans react to your dog (and how they deal with their own, which is just as vital) and, just for good measure, it gives you the lowdown on some of the legalities that affect your dog in the UK (That may sound dry but it is written sympathetically, and, let's face it, these rules are ther for us to pay heed to).
Filled with loving anecdotes, you will enjoy this book and gain a very useful insight into both… Read more
Talk about the Passion: Rem: an Oral History by Denise Sullivan
The people that are quoted in this book are fairly irritating, especially Gina Arnold, who only really wants to talk about herself and her feelings, whilst attempting to come over all 'cutesy'. These quotes verge on the banal at times.
Whilst there is a nice 'wee' thread running through the book, and SOME insight into REM, you just can't get by the Americanism of it - the constant 'I was doing this with my band at the time', 'It is all about me and myself'.
That aside, its not the worst written book in the world, but you really have to be wary of a book that sets out its stall by saying that no member of the band was interviewed for it. Let's face it, this gives carte blanche to… Read more
Starman: David Bowie - The Definitive Biography by Paul Trynka
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Have just finished reading Starman. What a totally fabulous book, superbly written. I felt that the whole flow was pitched correctly, it neither fawned to the man's obvious talent, nor derided his flaws as a human being (being a human being has its flaws for everybody, after all)

Cannot recommend this book highly enough.