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Diary of a Heretic: The Pagan Adventures of a Chri&hellip by Mark Townsend
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
In this book, Mark Townsend opens his heart and soul to the reader. Far from being narcissistic, this is a glimpse through the window of another person's soul which also acts as a mirror into our own. It is brave, authentic and deeply inspiring.
The book is the diary of one year in Mark's life which charts his struggle to balance, integrate and assimilate his dual callings along Christian and Pagan pathways. For me, it describes the process of a man who, like a bonsai tree being freed from its binding-wires and tiny pot, rediscovers its essential tree-ness and slowly, awkwardly and often painfully begins to grow - his roots down into Paganism, and his branches up into Christianity (or… Read more
Epson Stylus SX445w All-in-One printer with Wifi a&hellip by Epson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars One of the lucky ones?, 14 Jan 2012
I intended to buy another Cannon to replace the one which had died after many years of hard service, but this printer was on sale by 50% at the time, so I took the plunge and changed brand.
Set-up was OK... wouldn't let me connect via USB, but absolutely no problems setting up 2 laptops via WiFi.
Print quality is fine, with none of the problems other reviewers have experienced.
I set it up so that I can email a document directly to the printer too, which means I can send things directly from an iPhone (or other phone with email I guess.). The printer is given its own email address, and you just send it an email! It's all part of the set-up CD that's included in the box. I'm… Read more
The Fundamentals of Landscape Architecture by Tim Waterman
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
It's hard to see who this book is aimed at to be honest.

If you are thinking about a career in landscape architecture it's worth reading as it gives a very broad-brush overview of the discipline, but once you begin your training and education, I don't think it will satisfy you for long. It's like milk for babies - OK for the first few months of your life, but very quickly you'll be desperate for some real sustenance.

If you are already studying, and even more so if you're in practice, I wouldn't recommend it for your own bookshelf... however it might be a good present to give to those people who still think you're a gardener!

The illustrations are of good… Read more

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