C. J. Sanderson

"Khun Kwai"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (3 of 3)
Location: Bangkok Thailand
Anniversary: 12 April
Birthday: 10 Mar
In My Own Words:
Born in Reading, raised in Nottingham and Ripley, moved to Scandinavia (Norway and Denamrk) after school. Worked and taught there for 4 years before moving to Thailand in May 1992. I have lived in Thailand since then. Married with 2 Children and 5 dogs.

I enjoy watching football, swimming and playing with my kids. Spare time (what ever that is) I try to squeeze in reading, movies and playing pen and paper RPGs


Top Reviewer Ranking: 627,328 - Total Helpful Votes: 3 of 3
Authentic RDX Compression Flex Shorts & Gel Groin &hellip RDX
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Buy., 30 July 2014
Great product. I did find these a little loose initially but as I use them for Taekwondo that seems to have worked to an advantage as any tighter an they would have restricted my leg movement for kicks. Once I got rolling I barely noticed I had them on. Well worth the money. Also delivery was fast and no product defects of any kind.
Port, Cheese & Crackers Gift Set - Hampers and Gif&hellip by Clearwater Hampers
5.0 out of 5 stars Hamper itself was great., 15 July 2014
The initial order actually went missing, but Clearwater Hampers arranged a replacement to be delivered as soon as I contacted them about the missing shipment, and had it delivered the next day. Hamper itself was great.
God Save the Queen: Book 1 of the Immortal Empire by Kate Locke
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I must admit I was sold on buying this book based on the core statement of the Author "Vampires don't sparkle"....

The world that Kate has created is unique, it's not your average world of Vampires skulking in the shadows, and there's no 4000 year old "secret" waiting to
be exposed to the world. There are secrets but they are novel and interesting.

The book moves along at a solid speed, tight and easy to read and while the book is part of an on going series you are not left at the end of the book with
too many open plot threads, everything comes together nicely, leaving just enough to leave you wanting the next book, but not so much that you are left… Read more

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