Bookworm Baggie

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (133 of 145)
Location: West Midlands, UK
In My Own Words:
In life, I always try to go the extra mile, but I don't expect to claim travel expenses!

History, Languages, Ecclesiastical Architecture, Theology, Steam Engines / Heritage Railways, Birdwatching, Music, West Bromwich Albion FC (but not necessarily in that order)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,508 - Total Helpful Votes: 133 of 145
JETech® APPLE CERTIFIED USB Sync and Charging Cabl&hellip by JETech
5.0 out of 5 stars Back in charge!, 22 Aug 2014
iPad charging cable with USB plug to fit any USB port or the charging wall plug (not included). This product is of high quality and the flex is of a flat shape that I think may prove more durable than the usual cylindrical shape. A perfect replacement for the original cable.
Gareth Bale - The Biography by Frank Worrall
Gareth Bale - The Biography by Frank Worrall
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not quite on target..., 22 Jun 2014
This book charts the rise of Gareth Bale from youth player to the brink of his move to Real Madrid. I'd hoped that there would be some deeper insights based on the author's own interviews with Gareth and his family / friends, but unfortunately this was not the case. Instead, the vast majority of the material is sourced from match reports and other excerpts from interviews given to the sporting media. The detail of certain match summaries will be of interest and celebration to fans of Spurs and the Welsh national team. Despite the obvious emphasis of this biography, I did find the author's comparisons with Ryan Giggs' career / background quite insightful.The book follows a largely… Read more
The Railway Children - 40th Anniversary Edition [D&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Dinah Sheridan
Having watched the film as a boy, it has been wonderful to now share the experience with my own children. They enjoyed it so much that they have since read the book and are looking forward to a trip to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, the actual location where the film was shot.

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