James Gyles

Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (11 of 14)


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Molecules at an Exhibition: Portraits of Intriguin&hellip by John Emsley
5.0 out of 5 stars interesting and easy, 10 Nov 2012
Just a good book introducing you to a wide range of chemicals and their uses to society and yourself! You don't need much previous knowledge to understand this book and can thus be read by anyone.
Passing the UKCAT and BMAT 2012 (Student Guides to&hellip by Rosalie Hutton
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This book contains lots of additional information on the general application process... which is nice but useless if you get it for what it is intended for (passing the exams) as by then you would already have applied.

As most of the book is wasted on this, frankly, useless advice the actual exam help is poor. The ukcat -much easier than the bmat- isn't too bad but the bmat section is poor. The questions are ridiculously easy and there are so few of them. This book is more of a hindrance for the bmat: it would fill you with undue confidence.

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Mass Effect 2 (PC DVD) by Electronic Arts
Mass Effect 2 (PC DVD) by Electronic Arts
I have yet, in my decades of gaming, come across such a mind-boggling story!

The building up of suspense ,through the several games, evolving around a slow drip of information is mixed ,perfectly, with a fun to play game with a huge array of options!

The significence of your choices may not be clear at once however waiting untill ME3 will be a joy!

The characters themselves are higly developed and a joy to 'chat' to my fav being mordin!

This game will serve more as a build up for the final game which has recently been announced - can't wait myself and neither should you! BUY IT! PLAY IT! LOVE IT!