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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (3 of 3)
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Woollie Farm: My Four-legged Family by Sharron J. Bowman
When it became necessary to take a break from her demanding and stressful job Sharron found that what had been an interest now became a way of life. She changed one caring environment for another but this time those needing care were four-legged and fluffy! And so we get to meet the collies Ted, Glen, Nellie, Jack, Gemma and Shep, each one as individual as any six two-legged characters, not to mention a small flock of sheep too! We learn about the early days of sheep dog trialling for both Sharron and her dogs, the excitement and the pitfalls, the humour and the disappointments.

This is a delightful story to be enjoyed by anyone - not just dog-lovers - and especially by those who… Read more
Android Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (Big&hellip by Brian Hardy
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
If you are fed up of doing Android tutorials (e.g. on Youtube) that never work and are so buggy that they end up wasting hours of time then look no further - this is the book for you. Not only do all the exercises/apps in the book work properly, you are taught how to develop apps properly and professionally by using fragments. The explanations are excellent but you do have to spend time reading the text before you do the examples. Put in the effort - you will be well rewarded. A truly excellent approach and an excellent book. I take my hat off to BigNerdRanch.
Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the Wh&hellip by Valerie Plame Wilson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fasinating!, 20 Sep 2013
I remembered this story in the news some years ago and more recently heard Valerie Plame interviewed by John Humphreys on the radio. It caught my interest and I was pleased to hear she had written a book, and even more pleased when it became available for the Kindle. Therefore I was disappointed initially and struggled with the first half of this book because of the number of places where it said 'text has been redacted here', sometimes more than five of these on one page. It broke up the narrative and sometimes made it difficult to read. I was puzzled why it had been left in because in some cases the sentence flowed if you just skipped over these parts, in other places it was clear… Read more