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Having only ever read a handful of issues of BBC History Magazine on occasion, I couldn't resist giving this a try as my first Kindle magazine download.
The content of the magazine is fantastic, and has the same high quality that I enjoyed in the print editions. It doesn't feel stripped down or diluted for the platform, and the accompanying images make for great viewing - especially on a touchscreen platform (Kindle for Android).
A superb example of what Kindle magazines can be, but more importantly packed full of great History articles. Armed with only an "everyday" knowledge of History, even as a non-History-buff I was still able to get a lot out of the articles and… Read more
Never have I been more glad of trying something new in music - Anatomy of the Bear is an outstanding collection of beautiful music that continues to leave me spellbound every time I listen.
It's incredibly refreshing to listen to good music that doesn't require sensationalism, annoying hooks or controversial content to compensate for lack of genuine talent.
Whatever your musical tastes, I have no doubt that the melodic treasure-trove of surreal and inspiring music will leave you with a smile on your face.
Easily superior to anything I've listened to from "big label" releases in years.