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How To Get to the Top of Google - The Plain Englis&hellip by Tim Kitchen
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This book is excellent (spelling errors and American-isms aside....) and contains lots of useful, easy to follow and well structured tips and advice to make your website stand out in Google searches.
There are so many books promising similar results but of the dozen or so I looked at, this was easily the best. For a novice there is enough here to keep you going for a long time but it's written in such a way as to be manageable and not overwhelming.
I was also attracted by the promise of a free website audit carried out by the author's company. This may take some time to arrive (but it is free!), however, I found it to be well worth the wait with even more constructive tips and… Read more
Barracuda by Christos Tsiolkas
Barracuda by Christos Tsiolkas
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This book was ok and just ok. I'd never read or even heard of this author but when this book was recommended in a Sunday newpaper I decided to try it. Now I'm no prude but some of the language and explicit sex had me cringing and wondering if this was really necessary or indeed if it did anything to enhance the story. As others have mentioned, Danny is not a particulalrly likeable character - self-absorbed, insular, quite despressing and overall his 'story' is not that complelling. The ending is strange but I was quite pleased to get to the end after almost giving up several times. The book does raise some interesting points about the nature of Australian society, it's just a shame the… Read more
An Adventure in Space and Time [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ David Bradley
23 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Despite the fact that this drama has yet to even be shown on BBC2, it's advance screenings and reviews have all been excellent and I for one am very much looking forward to seeing it this week. I must object to the previous reviewer's somewhat offensive remarks about a 'missed opportunity'. WILLIAM HARTNELL died in 1975 and RICHARD (or Dicky since the poster and he were clearly on such terms) HURNDALL died in 1984, so quite what opportunity was missed here I did not know. Honestly, if you have nothing constructive or sensible to write, keep it zipped and leave the reviews to people who are knowledgeable and literate enough to be able to contribute something meaningful. And Amazon, does… Read more

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