G. Morgan

Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (33 of 41)
Location: Gloucester UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 306,877 - Total Helpful Votes: 33 of 41
Alien - Sea of Sorrows (Book 2) (Alien Trilogy 2) by James A. Moore
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I enjoyed Tim Lebbon's book a lot...a bit fan-fic-ish at times (but forgiveable, since that's exactly what it is - just very good fan-fic), so this second installment had quite a lot to live up to.


Whereas Lebbon's book was very much an ode to the first movie, Sea of Sorrows unashamedly takes its cues from the second - a rag tag team of freelance Commando-types travel back to LV178 centuries after the events of "Out of the Shadows", after the Corporation decide that they want to capture another specimen and have the ideal person to accompany the brutes - Decker, not only a mild empath but also someone who shares a connection with the… Read more
4.0 out of 5 stars Almost Perfect, 5 Jun 2013
Looks great when in situ, but the sheath can be a little loose. If you're wearing formally, I would suggest just popping a little blu-tack between the blade and sheath to stop it falling out. Otherwise, great value for money and adds class to the outfit.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing for the Price, 5 Jun 2013
I wanted to wear a kilt for my wedding day, and had exhausted all lines of enquiry about getting a kilt made in my own tartan - I just simply couldn't run to that kind of budget.

So I started looking at somewhat cheaper options, and stumbled across this one. A kilt - for £40? "Naaaah" I thought, and kept looking. But I kept coming back to it. Eventually I bit the bullet and gave it a go - and I'm very glad I did.

The quality - for this price - is remarkable. Just wear it a couple of times before that formal occasion so that any threads that are going to come loose do actually come loose, fit up with a decent kilt pin, sporran and hose/shoes and no-one will be able… Read more

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