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The Cybergypsies by Indra Sinha
The Cybergypsies by Indra Sinha
0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I only bought this book because I was desperate for something to read while I was recently in New Zealand. It was about 25p and I should have known that the reason there were so many at such a low price was because they couldn't shift it.

Good god it's awful. I have actually had to admit defeat and give up on it 3/4 of the way through, because I was taking no enjoyment from it. I don't like giving up on books because I feel they should be finished, but this was just not worth it.

The plot line moves and changes so much that half way through I began to wonder if there really was any particular plot line from the start.

I am totally baffled that when the… Read more
KitSound KSUNO Universal Mini Speaker with 3.5mm/U&hellip by Kitsound
I've been looking at speakers like this for a while now, and finally decided to just get on with it and buy one. This was one of the Black Friday deals, so only cost a tenner.

Best tenner I've spent for a little while. For a small speaker it puts out a pretty decent sound. I've listen to a range of things on it via my laptop, and they have all sounded sharp; and it doesn't seem to have struggled with bass. In fact I think it's better than the speakers in my laptop. I'm certainly pleased with it so far. I'm yet to try it with my mp3 player, but I should imagine it'll be much the same.

Don't expect the kind of sound you get from a Red Rose system or Revel… Read more
Judge Milk Frother/Sauce Pot by Judge
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic frother!, 2 Mar 2011
Having done quite a lot of research into milk frothers, I finally settled for this one. I read reviews of electric ones, such as the Dualit Latteccino, which suggested that they were liable to stop working, and for the price they cost I didn't fancy chancing it. With no electric parts there's not a lot that I would imagine could go wrong with this frother.

It is a really nicely designed item, and does exactly as you would expect. Place it on the hob with milk in, wait till it's almost at boiling point, then put the lid on and pump the frother section until you get lovely bubbly milk. Simple. I have had delicious hot chocolates which taste just as good as the cafes make… Read more