Ms. J. Forrest

"Jus Forrest"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 76% (48 of 63)
Location: USA/UK

 

Contributions


Top Reviewer Ranking: 510,500 - Total Helpful Votes: 48 of 63
Uncovered (The Mjollnir Affair Book 1) by Mark L.  Potts
Want to know one of the great things about e-publishing? We are no longer being dictated to by publishers with regards to what we should and should not be reading and the variety and choice, not to mention quality that has since been made available to the consumer opens up a whole new experience. We now have choice, and those choices are endless. It's now possible to actually find a good variety of books that actually fit with our own ideals in terms of reading.

Take Uncovered as a prime example. Now I LOVE a good story that's committed to the adventures surrounding rock 'n' roll and yes Uncovered has it all! It's a unique tale of true rock 'n' roll madness, unlike no… Read more
Magic at Midnight (A Young Puffin) by Phyllis Arkle
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Rarity, 7 Jun 2012
I purchased this book 2nd hand from a seller on Amazon - it's been out of print for a long time and was first published in 1967. Phyllis Arkle was one of my fav authors as a child. This was one of the first books I owned. I had long since lost my copy, however, I saw this advertised and thought I'd buy for keepsake. It's in much better condition than what i expected, and it came the very next day. Fantastic!
Brilliant ~ Ultravox
Brilliant ~ Ultravox
5 of 9 people found the following review helpful
As an album, Brilliant is a contemporary sound art for 2012, yet it's etched with those deep idiosyncratic electro sound pictures you'd expect - all contrasted with some moderately rocked-up guitar interchanges. It's very much punctuated throughout with that familiar synthesized bass foundation, one that in this instance anchors the popular accessibility that we've witnessed with past commercial successes.

Lyrically, it's a poetic narrative, very much gesturing towards the emotional and most certainly reflected back within the musical elements - occasionally in the form of some chilling harmonic sweeps, but mainly wiht the monochrome cinematic moments of mood magic that ultravox… Read more