Mrs. J. S. Mcgrace

Helpful votes received on reviews: 66% (48 of 73)
Location: leeds,UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,057,867 - Total Helpful Votes: 48 of 73
Kindle, 6" E Ink Display, Wi-Fi, Graphite by Kindle
16 of 38 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars I hate kindles!, 22 Oct 2011
I am returning the kindle. It was so frustrating, not being able to do anything with it because I couldn't connect it with our wi-fi. I know my password, but it wasn't having it. I can't understand why I could not register it or download anything from my pc, it was plugged into that! The good thing was the customer service, they called me back immediately- no expensive phonecalls. But they couldn't help me, and I am now being sent a returns slip. FAIL- kindle- returned without even having been able to register it. It seems far too complicated for me. I'm going back to the library!
Beautiful in God's Eyes Growth and Study Guide: Th&hellip by Elizabeth George
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
i also bought the book, having mistakenly bought the study guide first( what a waste of money- i think all these spin-offs are a blatent money maker for the author and the publisher)!

anyway, i would NOT recommend this book . i found it SO depressing, and then i just got ANGRY. the author seems to think that her ridiculously ordered and overproductive lifestyle is some sort of blueprint for the rest of us 'mere mortals' to follow!!

well, it's not! in fact, the majority of christian women in this world do not live in a world that even remotely resembles the affluent and comfortable world that the author seems to inhabit! she groans at the memory of (shock horror) living… Read more
Loving God with All Your Mind (George, Elizabeth (&hellip by Elizabeth George
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
this book is very helpful for those, like me, who have a tendency to low self esteem and negative thinking.

it's a very simple premise-- fill your mind with bible verses, that inspire and challenge your thinking.

i do find that the American author can be rather patronising, and irritatingly smug. (i must admit to having a British distate for the perceived brashness of many American christian writers--this is probably a misunderstanding of cultures).

but the subject matter is so good that i would recommend this book to most of my friends.

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