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How To Crochet:  A Complete Guide for Absolute Beg&hellip by Alison McNicol
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very useful, 7 April 2014
Well written with excellent stitch illustrations and pictures; I have downloaded a few crochet books of late and I find this by far the most useful. Honestly, I have found the easy availability of internet tutorials to be the most help in learning to crochet but I am the sort of person who likes manuals and this is one of the best in my opinion - clear, concise and written with warmth and enthusiasm. Highly recommended.
The Eleventh Doctor: a critical ramble through Mat&hellip by Mike Taylor
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book, 10 Feb 2014
Not an episode guide but the author's thoughts on my favourite Doctor episode by episode, and much more besides. I love Who with a passion bordering on the obsessive and I love anything factual about the show - this book was especially great for me because not only does the author write with great depth and insight, he plainly has as much affection and respect for Doctor Who as I do. His opinions are interesting, thought provoking and above all honestly critical and he's made me look again at the episodes I love from a new perspective. Highly recommended.
Fifty Years in Time and Space: a Short History of &hellip by Frank Danes
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book, 18 Aug 2013
Really interesting, informative book - a good overview of the history of Who and written in a clear, concise, witty style which I really enjoyed. It told me a lot which I didn't know and I found the whole thing fascinating - I got a clear, linear sense of the history of the show itself and how it's changed within the context of the last fifty - fifty! - years. I loved the caricatures of one and eleven,and of course Sexy herself, on the front cover and I was thrilled when opening the book to find it had been signed by the author - unexpected and an absolute bonus. Recommended.

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