M. C. Morison

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War God by Graham Hancock
War God by Graham Hancock
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5.0 out of 5 stars Clash of the War Gods, 14 July 2013
Fasten your seat-belts for a roller-coaster ride when you embark on War God. You meet, in short order, young Pepillo by Santiago harbour, carrying the unspeakable belongings of his master, the dark hearted inquisitor. At the same time, a few hundred miles away from Cuba, the orphaned witch Tozi is struggling to stay alive in the fattening pens, in sight of the blood soaked pyramids of the Aztecs. Dominating a pyramid is the Aztec king Moctezuma, on a huge killing spree, while his armies gather to attack neighbouring tribes to capture more victims for slaughter. Spying from a hillside above one of these armies, the courageous warrior Shikotenka, has a desperate stratagem to save his people… Read more
The Jewel Keepers: Albion Bk. 1 by E.J. Bousfield
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantasy with a purpose, 23 Sep 2010
This is a thoroughly good read and works well for adults as it will for teenagers. It is apparently true that we know little for certain about the English Celtic tribes (in comparison to the Welsh and Scottish) because the only names we now have for those tribes are the ones accorded by the Romans, who had the perspective of conquerors. Bousfield conjures up this world just before the arrival in force of the Roman Legions, when some of the southern tribes, ignoring what had actually happened in Gaul, considered co-operating with the Romans might be a good idea. However the story starts in England in more recent times, and soon we are introduced to Katie. She is a girl with a gift, because… Read more
Lacie 500Gb USB Little Disk Black 301841 by LaCie
5.0 out of 5 stars Works for me, 17 Mar 2010
I bought this lovely piece of equipment on recommendation from several people. It is neat and has (so far) worked faultlessly for me. The design is very well thought through and the little USB lead connects (and takes power from) my laptops. They have always found the hard drive and it appears clearly when I click Computer, in Start (Windows Vista). I note the other review (so far) and see there is a risk I could lose a lot of data, so I will back it up. However, so far I am very satisfied.LACIE Little Disk, Design by Sam Hecht - 500 GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive (301841) Portable external hard drive Storage