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Helpful votes received on reviews: 63% (24 of 38)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 415,149 - Total Helpful Votes: 24 of 38
Comrades Come Rally: As Britain decides on its fut&hellip by Phil Brett
Peter Kalder is an unlikely hero, a clothes obsessed, radical socialist. Personal tragedy leaves him on the periphery of a socialist revolution but he is dragged back into the mix by old comrades following a series of deaths. As he investigates he falls into a murky world of revolution and anti revolution , he doesn't know who to trust as he navigates towards the truth.

A great debut novel, my only criticism is the internal dialogue which sometimes gets in the way of a great story. Set in the near future when Britain looks ripe for socialism .
Didactic Strategies and Technologies for Education&hellip by Paolo M. Pumilia-Gnarini
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars £300 + for this ?, 29 Jan 2013
How can this so called academic justify the price tag of £300 for this book? Surely if he is serious about education he should be pricing it within the reach of people on average or low income. I doubt anyone would pay £300 for it, I certainly wouldn't.
Dark Times by Daniel Kramb
Dark Times by Daniel Kramb
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I found this a bit frustrating, it was interesting, delving into the Hackney lives of 4 twentysomethings as the banking crisis takes hold in 2008. There is a mysterious plan that involves all of them, binds them together, this plan is a secret from the reader until the last 20 pages or so. So a lot of talk, a lot of angst, a lot of frustrated twentysomethings not finding London was delivering on their dreams and ambitions, but plot-wise a little bare. Overall, I enjoyed it, I live in Hackney and recognised the Hackney in the novel.

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