M. Higgs

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (42 of 49)
Location: London UK

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The Boys: Highland Laddie v. 8 by Garth Ennis
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
In reviewing this volume of the Boys I've tried to take into account the fact that this is one book in a series and looking at how it adds to that series. The first thing I will say is that this book is a lot slower than the other books and is the least violent of all of them so far, but then this is a book devoted to Hughie who has always been a bit ill at ease with the violence meted out to the supes by Billy Butcher and the rest of the boys so really that should be no surprise. This is in effect an origin story for Hughie before his "origin story" as part of the narrative of the first book.

The story itself is a little strange and the characters in Hughie's hometown are made… Read more
TeckNet@ Apple iPod Touch 4G 4TH (2010,2011) Gener&hellip by TeckNet
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Cheap & Nasty !, 16 Mar 2011
I purchased this case for my ipod about 6 weeks ago, when it arrived I was pretty happy as the case looked nice and held the ipod securely in place. Fast forward a few weeks and I'm afraid it's a different story, I now think the plastic casing which holds the ipod in place is probably not actually plastic at all but is instead some new hitherto undiscovered material that resembles plastic but has all the structural integrity and strength of rice paper.....first the thin bit of plastic around the volume button snapped off, ok no big shakes I can handle that but then more and more of the "plastic" cracked and fell off for no discernable reason ? Fianlly as I was sliding the ipod into the… Read more
Sleeper Season Two by Ed Brubaker
Sleeper Season Two by Ed Brubaker
Brubaker & Phillips carry on where they left off with Sleeper vol 1, if you enjoyed the first book then you will definitely like the second one. Carver is now fully entrenched in Tao's operation but his old boss John Lynch is back and wants Carver to come in from the cold, the tale plays out with Carver being used as a pawn in the game between his two masters and trying to figure out how to get out of it alive. I'm not going to say anymore other than read this book you will not be disappointed.

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