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Red: My Autobiography by Gary Neville
Red: My Autobiography by Gary Neville
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Red Nev, Blunt Teeth, 30 Dec 2011
Lifelong Man U fan, and have been a supporter of Nev and the Fergie Fledglings since before they were born. Just bought a Kindle and this was the first book I downloaded. Its full of factual information, Gary's perspective on lots of aspects of his career - starting out at United, his training under Eric Harrison, his debut, the Treble, Cantona, Keane, 'The Tunnel Affair' with Viera, Pizzagate, England, Fergie. Its good stuff but it really fails to whet the appetite - it serves as a good reminder of what happened at OT in the last 20 years but just doesn't quite explode the myths. His wife gets mentioned once. This is an autobiography! And for a player renowned for being outspoken, for… Read more
Avatar: Limited Edition Steelbook [Blu-ray] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Sam Worthington
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What else can I say?, 4 Mar 2010
I'd heard, like most people, about this film - how long it took to make, the fact that it was 3D, and so much of it was CGI, blah, blah, blah. I even watched half of it on a rather dodgy internet site I came across. But as I sat there in the cinema, feeling rather stupid with my NHS glasses on, looking round and smirking at everyone else wearing theirs, I did feel a growing sense of excitement at what I was about to experience. Granted, the first bit was spoiled a little by the fact I'd seen it before, and also by the grossly stereotypical characters in it (war-hero-cum-psychopathic-military-enforcer Quaritch; hard-as-nails-never-give-up-despite-being-in-a-wheelchair-ex-marine Sully;… Read more
Panic Attacks: What they are, why the happen, and &hellip by Christine Ingham
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Panic over!, 3 May 2009
After having a particularly stressful time in my life, I had decided to take control, only to be flattened by panic attacks. I had no idea what they were, what was happening to me, doctors didn't help or seem to have a clue, and I was very, very frightened. A counsellor mentioned anxiety and the 'fight-or-flight' response to me, and I decided on some internet research, culminating in the purchase of this book, along with a couple of others. To be honest I never read the others, because as soon as I opened this book, I felt a wave of relief - at last, someone who knew what I was going through!

Written in a very friendly, understanding way this book explains exactly what it says on… Read more