Stirling English

"Stirling English"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (39 of 49)
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Fackelmann 45437 Ginger and Garlic Grater 15x8 cm &hellip by Fackelmann
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely brilliant!, 24 Feb 2013
We eat a lot of spicy foods and freshly grated ginger is a must.

This is a terrific little gadget...compact, easy to use, easy to clean (dishwasher safe)and neatly designed.

I cannot recommend too highly and my girlfriend wants one for her kitchen too.

In my top three kitchen accessories ever.
Michael Faraday: A Very Short Introduction (Very S&hellip by Frank A.J.L James
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I was disappointed with this book.

I wanted a quick sheep dip introduction to Faraday the man, his science, his experiments and contribution to theory, and an idea of his place in the history of science.

On close examination Mr James' title only claims to do the first..and he does it well, but just about completely fails on the remainder.

Perhaps I was expecting too much, but I'll admit to feeling just a little shortchanged by this volume. Surely there could be room for a few pages discussing the scientific stuff. James writes as if he would frighten people by any mention of technical details. But this is not the Ladybird Book of Victorian Scientists, it is… Read more
The Casefiles of Mr J. G. Reeder (Tales of Mystery&hellip by Edgar Wallace
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Wallace can write a goood thriller..and this collection is - on its own terms - an entertaining read.

But please don't expect to indulge in in-depth plot analysis or plausibility tests...they are shakier than an old Crossroads set. Enjoy them for what they are and no turners once you have suspended all critical judgements.