Keith Hartwell

Helpful votes received on reviews: 78% (29 of 37)
Location: United Kingdom


Top Reviewer Ranking: 383,065 - Total Helpful Votes: 29 of 37
Mr Unbelievable by Chris Kamara
Mr Unbelievable by Chris Kamara
4.0 out of 5 stars A great footy read, 24 Aug 2013
I saw Chris play for Brentford and Swindon. As I Brentford supporter I thought he was a thug for Swindon and a hero for the Bees. This book explains why I came to those conclusions. With a little insight into the workings of football, this is real good read. Kept me chuckling all the time. Don't let this one slip past.
Charlie Chaplin: The Circus [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Merna Kennedy
Charlie Chaplin: The Circus [DVD] DVD ~ Merna Kennedy
5.0 out of 5 stars A classic, 10 July 2013
I am a big fan of Charlie Chaplin so I was aware of this but hadn't seen it for years.
This is Charlie at his best. The subtle moves and the challenges he encounters, for example, he is constantly chased by a donkey. No reason, the donkey just doesn't like him! And of course when the chase happens it is unexpected and full on. The whole film is a masterpiece. A chance to watch an artist at work.
The Greatest Day In History: How The Great War Rea&hellip by Nicholas Best
If all history books were written like this, there would be no problem in getting the subject digested by schoolchildren. Although we know what happened this turned out to be a real page turner. Nicholas Best has dug deep into the characters of the main players and researched this fascinating day to the ninth degree. There is also a lot of sympathy to be had for the Germans as the allies ground their faces into the dirt and made them fight and chase just to be able to accept the non conditional surrender. If you like Lyn MacDonald, trust me you will love this. Also read Nicholas Best's Trafalgar, another page turner and an understanding as to why Nelson was such a hero for this… Read more

Wish List