Take these round golf ballish objects and attach them to a bracket shaped thing and suddenly they illuminate...amazing!! They instantly light up a room at night and suddenly you are no longer in darkness!....hugely useful in that you no longer have to feel your way around the hut but can instead see everything magically, like it was daytime. Since getting these our family has begun to stay up way after sundown, just talking and enjoying what this futuristic invention has brought us...and when they eventually run out of power (after 1'000 hours!) I intend to make my wife a fine pair of earrings from two of them. Tell me that's not magnificent.
Lot of rubbing and not a lot of satisfaction!) A sticker on the cover advises that a hairdryer might be used to help make the images appear... duh... obviously an afterthought because it's not that successful with just the heat of hands...so let's face it, Jordan had a great idea that does not really work as planned....so...not a great idea then. All said it's a nicely illustrated book. Take away the disappointing gimmick and this book would be quite fine. Great fun if you fancy sitting down with the kids and a hairdryer for the bedtime story...I think not. 3 stars is generous.
Fine atmospheric crafted work. Hogarth's not gifted with a natural singers voice, it never sounds effortless, but here he works his voice like a true instrument... it's edgy and delicate and frail and contrasts playfully with Barbieri's inimitable moody sounsdscapes. Together they make a beautiful sound...along with a host of great guest musicians. It's reminiscent of the album 'Ice Cream Genius' by 'H' from 1997 (which you should get if you like this album, or, get this album if you liked 'Ice Cream Genius'!) Albums like this are invaluable in that they bring together hugely competent musicians, clearly not working to a commercial or strategic goal, but instead to create truly personal… Read more