Dominic Humphries

Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (7 of 8)


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JavaScript: The Good Parts by Douglas Crockford
JavaScript: The Good Parts by Douglas Crockford
5.0 out of 5 stars Cured my hate of JS, 21 April 2014
When I first heard the title, my immediate response was "Must be a very small book!"

And it is, but it's jam-packed with Good Stuff.

If you're somebody who's picked up JS as you went along and learned to hate it as you went, this is the book that will show you a beautiful, powerful, and remarkably flexible language with no shortcomings that can't be worked around.
Chili Madness: A Passionate Cookbook by Jane Butel
5.0 out of 5 stars I didn't even like chilli, 21 April 2014
until I cooked it myself from the recipes in this book! It's now a staple of my diet & there's always a few portions waiting for me in the freezer.

An excellent set of recipes, guaranteed to pique your enthusiasm
The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook: Your Self-Trea&hellip by Clair Davies
As somebody who's suffered from chronic pain for more than half his life, it was a revelatory moment when, as I read this, I discovered a trigger point in my shoulder, worked on it for a few seconds, and suddenly was cured of the headache that had been plaguing me for weeks.

Since then, I've discovered and worked away more trigger points than I care to think of, and am still finding them today. They can be painful to address, but knowing that within a week a muscle that's agony to touch right now will be cured, and will usually take away pain or inflexibility in some other part of the body keeps me going.

The one thing this book doesn't mention, which I discovered in… Read more

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