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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,974,919 - Total Helpful Votes: 15 of 18
Join Me by Danny Wallace
Join Me by Danny Wallace
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I have been aware of Danny Wallace's existence since the first BBC showing of "Are you Dave Gorman?", I have watched the series again and again, devoured the book many times and watched 'Dave Gorman's Important Astrological Experiment'. So because I found him a)extremely funny and b) really quite sexy I bookmarked his website to follow what he did next. Which is when I came across Join Me.
I came across the idea while I was bored one afternoon and emailed to say I wanted to join him. The responce was to send a passport photo and await instructions. You see this is where I am kicking myself, I never did, after reading 'Are you Dave Gorman'I was I admit, extremely nervous of as to… Read more
A Local Book for Local People by The League Of Gentlemen
A Local Book for Local People by The League Of Gentlemen
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This book could hardly be anything else but brilliant when it has been developed by four of the most talented comics the UK has! (sorry I know I'm gushing but anyway!) from the strange Edward and Tubbs to the fantastic Pauline this book cannot fail to please all fans of the series. So buy now so you can enjoy the Special Stuff!!!
Bookends by Jane Green
Bookends by Jane Green
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Utterly Fantastic, 5 Jun 2000
Having read all of Jane Greens previous novels and having fell in love with the Jemima J book I was waiting with baited breath for her new release and let me tell you I was not disappointed if anything it was better than I could have hoped for.
The plot is effective and you become engrossed without even realising it, you find yourself caring about all the character, gasping at points and even crying at others. However the fact that this book does have a devastating occurence for one of the characters does not ruin the book. If anything it makes the book stronger reading how all the friends come together to help one another.
This had to be one of the first books I read… Read more