Sam Bernard

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 67% (36 of 54)
Location: Newbury, UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 763,857 - Total Helpful Votes: 36 of 54
The Curious Quantum: Fundamental Chemistry Explain&hellip by Lee Bulbrook
5.0 out of 5 stars Chemistry can be fun, 6 Aug 2013
I wish I had this book during my GCSEs, it would have made what I consider a rather dry subject very interesting and even fun!
An Appeal to Reason: A Cool Look at Global Warming by Nigel Lawson
35 of 53 people found the following review helpful
I feel rather insulted by this book. I had no preconceptions about this topic so decided to research the best books which are consensual and sceptical about climate change. I read `An Appeal to Reason', and `Global Warming - A very short introduction' by Mark Maslin, after multiple recommendations on both.

During the science section in Mr Lawson's book, he cherry picks and actively misinterprets data to fit his argument. I chose to look up all the data (which is largely available free on the internet) which he uses, and I was shocked that he is even allowed to publish these clearly misleading interpretations.

Do not believe his arguments until you have looked at the… Read more
Murder on the Darts Board by Justin Irwin
Murder on the Darts Board by Justin Irwin
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Don't worry if you can't tell the pointy end of a dart from the flappy bit, once Mr Irwin has finished, you'll know all about your oches and tossers (really). In `Murder on the Darts Board' you can follow one man's folly, a roller coaster ride through (at least to him) an uncharted world. It's packed with humour and keen observations that keeps you turning the pages. Through his quest he not only manages to hit the odd 180, but also his own face! I chuckled throughout, and it left me at the end searching the loft for my old board which has lain untouched for 20 years. A cracking story, I just feel sorry for his poor girlfriend who had to live within it for a year!

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