Ms. Rebecca Hancox

Helpful votes received on reviews: 55% (84 of 154)
Location: Pontefract, West Yorkshire United Kingdom


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,367,065 - Total Helpful Votes: 84 of 154
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent game, well worth the wait!, 12 April 2008
This is an excellent game and it's perfectly suited to the Wii. My other half and I spent all last night playing it and it's possibly the best game so far.

There are a few bugs in the menus that I'm sure will be ironed out for future batches but this doesn't detract from the game.

The wii wheel is a real asset, we bought an extra one so we could both play properly and it was definitely worth it.

Fab game!!
Atonement (Vintage War) by Ian McEwan
Atonement (Vintage War) by Ian McEwan
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning, 24 Aug 2007
I read this book a few years ago when it first came out and was absolutely enthralled by it - agreed, the beginning could be a little slow for some, but once the plot unfolds this becomes a stunning read that definitely makes my top 10, and I've read a lot of novels. I'm looking forward to the film, despite not being a huge fan of Keira Knightley. To the reviewer who wondered if they should attempt to read it again - do it, this is one book that's definitely worth persevering with! But don't wait for the film, you never know what they might change! I'm going to reread it before I see the film but looking at the reviews it seems they have done this amazing novel justice!
The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro
The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro
49 of 52 people found the following review helpful
I bought this book a long while ago for a reason I don't remember, it must have been a recommendation, but it has been sitting on my bookshelf ever since. The other day I was looking for something to read and I went for The Remains of the Day. This book is a masterpiece. Beautifully written with intriguing characters I could have started this book over the moment I finished the last page. What I find most interesting is how the emotions of the repressed central character Stevens are only revealed by others reaction to him, he remains stoic and "dignified" to the end, despite ultimately coming realise he has wasted his life serving the misguided Lord Darlington. Kazuo Ishiguro has the most… Read more

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