Rachel T.

Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (12 of 13)
Location: Cambs, Uk.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,028,354 - Total Helpful Votes: 12 of 13
Touch: Making Contact With Climate Change by Ben Cromwell
4.0 out of 5 stars Personal and Political, 14 Mar 2012
I was a bit skeptical but the writer really pulled me into this personal story of how climate change touches his life. I think this is a great read for anyone vaguely concerned about climate change and also anyone thoroughly involved in climate change activism: it is poignant without being soppy. Go for it! And it's FREEEE!
Apple iPod 30GB Video/Black (5th Generation) (disc&hellip by Apple
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
After having an MP3 player (1GB!!) and a MP3 player on my mobile (Sony Ericsson W550i) I grew tired of not having ALL of my music to hand at any one time. I asked everyone I knew who had and ipod and all those with Nanos said they had filled it up already and they were a bit annoyed with it. I decided that paying £160 for 30GB was much better value than £110 for 8GB so I bought a 5th Generation ipod video (30GB) and I HAVE YET TO REGRET IT. At first I was worried it would scratch ridiculously easy - but now I see it's not as bad as everyone makes out and I've had mine for a month and not scratched it (despite not having a case yet - but I am getting one) I use WMP but itunes works very… Read more
Fires ~ Nerina Pallot
Fires ~ Nerina Pallot
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Insiduously Seductive, 9 July 2006
Most people have heard Pallot's debut single "Everybody's gone to war" and, I, like a lot of people, heard it and thought that the album "Fires" couldn't possibly live up to this songs promise (like most albums). However when I was bought the album for my birthday, I fell in love. Upon first listen I had my favourites: Heart-warming "Geek love" and slow and seductive "Damascus". There were also of course, ones I didn't think I liked: "Mr king" that seemed quite impersonal and "Nickindia" as well as repetitive "Sophia". However - and here is where I was amazed - these songs seem to have a slow and addictive effect.

I've spoken to a group of people who also bought the album and… Read more

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