Mat of Aaargh

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (32 of 36)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 658,426 - Total Helpful Votes: 32 of 36
Kodak PlayFull ZE1 Full HD 1080P, Image Stabilisat&hellip by Kodak Stock Account
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2.0 out of 5 stars Broken ?!, 23 Nov 2012
Started charging it but it came up with the LED showing it had power almost straight away, then would not power on.

Returned straight away and refunded as promised.

Ordered another one in a different colour so will see if this is any better, as the feedback is over whemingly positive.

One star for duff product, plus one star for quick response, pickup and refund.
Gauntlgrym: Neverwinter, Book I (Neverwinter Night&hellip by R. A. Salvatore
4.0 out of 5 stars Finally, 23 Nov 2012
And I say finally because the whole end of the crystal shard series has finally allowed Salvatore to start properly enforcing the new development of Drizzt. Disconnecting Drizzt from his previous existence is an awkward operation, one which I feel from a readers point of view was needed to breath new life into long lived Elf. However I feel that this operation was carried out all last minute with a pair of blunt over sized scissors (why scissors? I have no idea), but don't get me wrong Salvatores mastery at doing this hides the late in the dayness feel as well as it ever going to get. However the whole near immortal existence of an Elfs natural lifecycle is truly alien to us mere humans… Read more
Road of the Patriarch (Forgotten Realms) (Forgotte&hellip by R.A. Salvatore
This final book really does bring home salvatores evolution of characters. I was and avid Drizzt Dourden fan. But this series and especially this last book makes Entreri and Jarlaxle far more believable and interesting and I have never loved reading about them after this book. This last book really does move away from classic good vs bad to various shades of grey (and most of them a edging towards really dark, touching on child abuse), making it easier to relate to, as this is the case with human nature and the many internal contradictions of our own moral compasses and insecurities. It's great to see Entreri spitting justified arguments at the Paladin king, in some ways this is more… Read more

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