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Tomorrow Revisited The Complete Frank Hampson Stor&hellip by Alastair Crompton
Oddly, whoever did the typesetting thinks a hyphen (connecting two words) and a dash (separating two phrases) are the same thing, which has made a hash of some sentences.
The picture captions are in too small a font and some are lacking.
Otherwise good value for any Eagle fan, with some exceptionally good reproductions of Hampson's work.
Bleak Expectations by Mark Evans
Bleak Expectations by Mark Evans
6 of 14 people found the following review helpful
As a fan of the superb radio series I expected to find the audiobook no less hilarious but sadly this is not the case. Narrating an audiobook is not a matter of simply reading out loud, it requires considerable acting ability, professional timing and a compelling delivery. While the author, Mark Evans, is undoubtedly the master of comic composition, he is not a gifted narrator, with the result that his own material falls flat. So much so that I had to give up listening after 3 chapters lest it spoil my enjoyment of the radio series. Why oh why was this task not handed to Richard Johnson, the narrator in the radio programme?
I expect the written version is a true laugh-out-loud but… Read more
Great Crowns of Stone: The Recumbent Stone Circles&hellip by Adam Welfare
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This book is surely set to be the standard reference on RSC's. A comprehensive coverage of the whole field ('scuse the pun) underpinned by the the exhaustive records of RCAHMS and the canmore database. Be sure to go to the RCAHMS website to download the 306-page companion work "Great Crowns of Stone.pdf", an A-Z gazetteer of all the RSC's mentioned in the book, giving the historical and archaeological records for each along with many photographs and plans (go to [...]

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