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Helpful votes received on reviews: 71% (631 of 893)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,085 - Total Helpful Votes: 631 of 893
Philips PerfectCare Azur Iron GC4910/10 - One Perf&hellip by Philips
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This is a fantastic iron- a genuine 'smart' product. with no heat settings and a sole plate that actually senses what material you are ironing and adjusts itself accordingly. and the amazing thing is, it works!

State of art ironing then and with automatic turn-off functions and a very good, ergonomic design, there's nothing really to fault.
Forget Strategy. Get Results.: Radical Management &hellip by Michael Tobin
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Reasonable enough business management/techniques handbook that is succinct and well presented.

This is a genre of course stuffed to the gills with tomes offering advice on how to run a business and there's nothing particularly new here but it is written from a more personal angle than many which gives it a different slant to some of it's competitors. If you want to add [yet] another book to your 'Business' shelf this is as good as most to check out.
Memory of Water by Emmi Itäranta
Memory of Water by Emmi Itäranta
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Dystopian novels are ten a penny these days but the Memory of Water is a superior take on the genre. Beautifully written in a succinct but almost dreamlike way in a world where the finding and keeping of a water supply is top of the survival list. It's dark but the darkness is somehow alleviated by the rich, at times quite affecting prose. Typically Scandinavian it draws you in to the point where there is no escape and you just have to keep reading. A very good first novel.