Shove Coupler

Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (81 of 102)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 83,520 - Total Helpful Votes: 81 of 102
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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent electronica, 23 May 2014
Bought this having read interviews with the band about their use of modular synths, and the members' mix musical backgrounds. It's very good: quite abstract, filmic in places, interesting sounds, very musical without being too predictable, you get the feeling they know what they are doing.
Dominion by C. J. Sansom
Dominion by C. J. Sansom
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5.0 out of 5 stars Utterly absorbing, 28 Dec 2013
Just finished Dominion by C J Sansom, which I couldn't put down over the last week or so. Others here have explained the plot in more than enough detail so I'll just say it's a thriller set in a Nazi-controlled Britain in 1952-3.

I'm intrigued at what the one-star reviewers have said - I suppose you just have to be in the right frame of mind when you start a book for it to reel you in, as I certainly was. But it's a big book (650 pages+), I got more out of it by reading in long-ish sessions. As such I found it completely gripping, the plot twists and turns, it's very atmospheric, perhaps it helps to be reading it over a cold, wet Christmas, when much of the story takes place… Read more
Sigmar Polke: Paintings and Drawings, 1998-2002 (D&hellip by Sigmar Polke
It's always difficult to find an overview of an artist like Polke: he was pretty prolific and there are dozens of books at various price points. This book is actually based on a particular show in Texas so it's not a comprehensive survey but the images are good quality and there is some interesting text.

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