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Doctor Who: Who-ology (Dr Who) by Cavan Scott
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Badly researched, 29 July 2013
This book has one blatant mistake as it states "Ian Chesterton was a history teacher......Barbara was a science teacher" BOTH wrong as the opposite IS true Ian was a science teacher and Barbara taught History.

The authors of this book also got the British currency wrong in the Big Finish Drama 'Countermeasures Series 2' where apparently the British currency is dollars not pounds.

I only hope that said authors are not Who fans and not from Britain for if they are these mistakes are embarrassing.

Other than that a good book which covers the full history of the programme from William Hartnel right up to Matt Smith.
MediaDevil Magicscreen Screen Protector: Crystal C&hellip by MediaDevil
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Having used MediaDevil in the past, and because of their extremely good customer service after issues with the GS2 Screen protector, I purchased this without any doubt it would work.

Just follow the instructions and you shouldn't have any problems at all. There's even a video tutorial should you need it.

It seamlessly applies to the Nexus 4 without any trouble at all and without any unsightly air bubbles. Yes the protector does not fit the entire screen but this in fact no fault of MediaDevil, or the phone itself, it's the way the screen curves at the edge.

Anyone thinking of purchasing this, please do so without any concerns. If you do have problems… Read more
Act of Murder by Alan Wright
Act of Murder by Alan Wright
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I received this book as a Christmas present and it was a thoroughly good read and well researched. I think my friend thought it would be interesting from me as I was born and bred in Wigan, and she was right.

I never knew about the Royal Court Theatre (which still stands but not as a theatre) in King Street, but apparently the interior is mostly intact but has been sealed off from the world as a cafe now takes the front of house so to speak. Also never knew about Wigan Central Station, so we actually had three stations at one time - remarkable for a town so small.

As you can tell the author has done his research brilliantly well and I hope we will be able to read… Read more

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