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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money, 7 Jan 2013
You buy cheap you get rubbish and this catapult is just that!

The elastic has broken three times, the piece of leather where you place the projectile is far too flimsy and has broken twice, and is very worn and evidently won't last much longer!

All this and only purchased the catapult five weeks ago, save your money!
The Old Straight Track: Its Mounds, Beacons, Moats&hellip by Alfred Watkins
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Go straight on..., 27 Nov 2010
Other than hearing the mumbo jumbo mystical types banging on about force fields and magical lines, I had no idea of what a Ley really was until I read the erudite Mr Watkins detailed and scholarly book.

If you wish to know the truth about Leys and have practical examples of how you can test Mr Watkins theories and assertions to your own satisfaction, then purchase this excellent book, it will change your view of the history of our country.
Nine Lives by Alan C. Deere
Nine Lives by Alan C. Deere
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Al Deere, a career officer, put pen to paper in the 1950's to right some wrongs by misinformed people who were 'talking rubbish' about the RAF in the early years of WWII.
As a consequence this brave man was the first pilot to produce an accurate account by one of the 'Few' who fought in the Battle Of Britain.
This is a timeless book about raw courage, duty and above all heroism, although Al would undoubtedly have dismissed the latter as being no more than 'doing the job'.
If you want to know the truth about the Battle of Britain and the brave men who fought in it, then look no further and purchase this excellent and refreshingly honest account.