Mark Neal

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Agnes Grey by Anne Brontė
Agnes Grey by Anne Brontė
5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth reading, 7 Jan 2014
Wow - a superb, fresh book, with brilliant insights into the facade of respectability. I loved every page. After reading this, I moved straight on to her only other novel, the Tenant of Wildfell Hall. What a dazzling talent.
Nescafe Gold Blend Barista Style 180g Tin - Rich a&hellip by Gold Blend
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I like this coffee a lot. After starting every morning with Gold Blend, however, I found the change to this to be a bit of a shock. As the other reviewers have noted, at first it can be rather bitter, compared with Gold Blend, and that takes some getting used to. After a while, however, it is that slight bitterness that becomes appealing. Now I'm hooked, and could never go back to bland old Gold Blend. Keep this coffee coming - and don't change the recipe. I love it.
Isidora Zebeljan: Balkan Bolero <a href="">Borislav Cicovacki</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Isidora Zebeljan is a Serbian pianist and composer who is well known in the British Isles. From 2003 onwards her opera, Zora D, propelled her to international exposure, and she is now recognised as one of the major composers working today. What is important about her music is her ability to dissemble melodies and time structures, while communicating coherently and emotionally. The moods are often melancholy, but her work can be mischievous, whimsical, confused or hilarious. All human life is here.

In this new work, Zebeljan produces an astonishing collection of musical mood pieces, stories, vignettes, and statements. As the title of this work suggests, the pieces are rooted in… Read more