Mr. L. J. Clayton

Helpful votes received on reviews: 73% (16 of 22)
Location: UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 343,164 - Total Helpful Votes: 16 of 22
AOC I2757FH 27 inch Widescreen IPS LED Multimedia &hellip by AOC International
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I brought this monitor after a lot of research on the internet and I have been very pleased.
It's at a great affordable price, well packaged, good looking and even comes with a HDMI lead which is a rarity nowdays.
I cannot fault the product at all.
Total War Rome II (PC DVD) by Sega
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I pre-ordered this game but due to the PC being upgraded have only just started playing it.
I was a bit concerned by the negative reviews on Amazon but I have being playing for a few hours now and have found the game very enjoyable. I have been an avid fan of Total War since playing the original Shogun Total War many years ago and even though Rome Total War has been the most polished of the series I enjoyed Medieval Total War II the most.
I found Empire Total War missed a beat and was too laborious and playing became tiresome. I also found the graphics to be poor even on a high spec machine.
After forgoing Total War Shogun II I have returned to Rome and have found a very nice… Read more
Gallipoli by Peter Hart
Gallipoli by Peter Hart
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An absorbing read, 3 April 2013
A very thorough account of the Gallipoli campaign from the accomplished military historian Peter Hart.
The use of personal accounts from the French, British, Anzac and Turkish forces brings the battle to life and helps convey to the reader the true horrors of war and the pointless loss of life.
Peter Hart is very direct in his analysis of the conflict and is not afraid to name and shame the generals and politicians who sent so many young men to their deaths in 1915.
He also tries to de-bunk the myth that the battle was a purely Australian and New Zealand affair, arguing that the involvement of the French and especially the British was just, if not more, important.
I… Read more

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