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Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (31 of 39)
Location: London
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,774,011 - Total Helpful Votes: 31 of 39
Bunny Alarm Clock Blue Child Sleep Trainer by LIZARD PRICE
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good idea but flawed, 4 July 2008
Our two year old can't tell the time and come summer time, was getting up around 5am, despite the blackout curtains. We decided to try this clock and it had the desired effect. We gradually got her up to 6:30 which was fantastic.

However, the device is mechanical and so if you set the alarm for 6:30 and your child is still asleep (rare I might add), then the loud "clunk" as the rabbit wakes up will almost certaing wake up the child.

Also, the alarm setting works on the 12 hour clock, so if you want to set the clock for 7:00, you won't be able to set if until about 19:15 as it's a bit sensitive.

Overall, a good idea, but would have been much better if the… Read more
A Present For Everyone ~ Busted
4 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Okay, I've not heard the whole of the new album, but based on the last album and new single, I've no hesitation in recommending this one!
You know what it's like - you hear an album so good that before you've even heard the next album, you must have it?!
Well, that's me.
I'm probably older than 90% of the average Busted fan, but I still find their first album a breath of fresh air in the "fog" of mediocrity that's out there.
They write their own stuff, aren't the architypal boy-band look-alikes, and seem to be genuinely enjoying themselves in their careers.
So I eagerly await this album, and and based on the new single and accompanying video, I'm sure I won't be… Read more
Wouldn't it be Nice: My Own Story by Todd Gold
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Without wanting to sound too over the top, this is by far and away the best book I've read in ages.
If you don't know a lot about Brian Wilson (as I didn't), then this book will be an eye-opener.
It's a shocking story of how easily Brian went from top of the world to rock bottom (no pun intended), and how hard he had to work to claw back even an ounce of dignity.
The book contains so many different storylines, you'd be forgiven for forgetting this is an autobiography. Child abuse, drug and alcohol addiction, clinical depression and the "unconventional treatment" for it are only a handful of the things Brian has had to deal with.
What's really tragic about all… Read more