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A Hand in the Bush: the Fine Art of Vaginal Fistin&hellip by Deborah Addington
14 of 25 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Stick your hands up!, 9 Aug 2001
This book is brilliant, beautifully illustrated, with lots of details and easy to understand explanations.
However, being rather experienced in the art of "fisting" i found there was'nt a great deal of info on "advanced" techniques included such as the "two hand" technique or any reference to anal fisting; it didnt even cover using alternative objects, which i found quite disappointing.
Although i think this is a good book for starters or people who have a interest in this sexual technique.
Hacking Exposed: Network Security Secrets & Soluti&hellip by Joel Scambray
31 of 58 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Linux only please!, 6 Aug 2001
The books bright cover and bold title make you think wow this is gonna be great. However unfortunaly un-less you're running Linux or have a resonable knowledge of Linux your sc***ed. As it says some where in the first few pages you will need a "decent O/S such as Linux". Oh dear! Which basicly means the enitre book was written for Linux users and tends to drones on about Linux and how "good it is".
However if you do have Linux then this is probably the book for you as its very clearly written with lots of diagrams and foot-notes. Covering quite a extensive range of topics.
Operating Systems: Internals and Design Principles&hellip by William Stallings
4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
I brought this book as a recommendation from a University lecturer. However like all his other books its filled with endless amounts of waffle with few diagrams to explain whats being said. I also found it very limited in content. For instance i was required to answer a question on virtual memory addresses only to find a three line explanation!
The problem is anything you need to know is either not included in the book or its written in such away it leaves you dangling, thinking "are we talking about the same thing here?" or "where did that come from?" etc. This is especially true for this book as it seems to over stretched its self by containg a little about a… Read more