Hall of Fame Reviewer - 2012
Top Reviewer Ranking: 49
Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (7,107 of 7,469)
Location: UK
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 49 - Total Helpful Votes: 7107 of 7469
Leitz Wow A4 Ruled Notebook - Metallic Pink by Leitz
4.0 out of 5 stars A4 Ruled Notebook, 20 Sep 2014
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This is a good quality notebook with 80 sheets of 80grm paper. The paper is ruled with un-ruled margins and a neat box for the heading on each page. The paper is perforated leaving a small margin attached to the spiral binding - which saves having lots of bits of paper falling out when a page is removed. The size of the page when it has been torn out is A4 meaning that the book itself is slightly bigger than A4.

There is a useful plastic ruler which clips onto the spiral binding and can be removed an placed elsewhere as and when required. The book contains an A4 size plastic wallet as well for any loose pieces of paper which you might want to keep with the book. My only… Read more
Stalked: A dangerous predator. A life lived in fea&hellip by Alison Hewitt
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stalked, 20 Sep 2014
A busy doctor decides to join an upmarket dating agency to find a possible life partner. One of the first people she meets is Al - nice looking, considerate, fun to be with and interested in her. So far so good and it seemed as though the author had found someone she could consider sharing her life with. But she wants to take things slowly and when Al wants to move in with her she resists until he presents her with a fait accompli.

That is just the start. The author's family had reservations about Al from the start and felt he was hiding something. They were so concerned they engaged a private investigator to look into his background. This is just the start of a nightmare… Read more
Unspeakable Things: Sex, Lies and Revolution by Laurie Penny
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The book is described by its author as a polemic. It isn't only about women it is about bigotry and prejudice and about how those affect everyone in their daily lives. It is about rigid gender roles and how they affect the choices of everyone. Rigid roles affect those men who want to be nurses and carers just as much as they affect women who want to be engineers and airline pilots or computer programmers. Rigid gender definitions of qualities and aptitudes stop people taking on the roles they as individuals are best suited for.

The book talks about issues which many people hesitate to voice and it talks about people being individuals first and foremost before they are either… Read more