Ms. Rr Bryant

"fox in the snow"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 63% (5 of 8)
Location: UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,029,629 - Total Helpful Votes: 5 of 8
Mockingjay (part III of The Hunger Games Trilogy):&hellip by Suzanne Collins
2.0 out of 5 stars Two things, 10 Aug 2012
1) I like the hanging tree song

2) What happened to Gale, he isn't the same person?!?!!? It should have been him....
In Silico ~ Pendulum
In Silico ~ Pendulum
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The problem with the change from their old sound to In Silico's, is that they've left what remains of DnB in there. What you're left with is a collection of rock songs backed with some very basic (and as many have said, re-used) beats, preventing any track on here from breaching the standard of Hold your Colour.
The vocalist is another major problem, whilst he clearly has talent, he doesn't suit this band at all. Listen to Granite, the intro is absolutely brilliant, then as soon as the vocalist comes in you're tempted to skip the track. He just sounds so incredably bored with the music himself that he's not even going to bother.

This is the problem, if they'd never realised… Read more
The Tin Princess (Point) by Philip Pullman
The Tin Princess (Point) by Philip Pullman
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Before I start. I have to say the first three Sally Lockhart books (especially 2 and 3) were absolutly excellent (although I almost refused to read 3 after Phillip Pullmans choice of fate for certain main character!) However after having read The Tiger in the Well (which I struggled to put down) I settled down to The Tin Princess waiting to find out more about the excellent character of Mr Goldberg. Unfortunatly before I had finsihed the first couple of chapters he'd gone off to America taking Miss Lockhart with him!

I really had to force myself through the remainder of the book I'm sorry to say. The plot about mysterious brother the kept me interested enough to finish it but I… Read more