Mr. Terence Jones

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 84% (287 of 340)
Location: Glasgow, Scotland, U.K.
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 185,139 - Total Helpful Votes: 287 of 340
Living Cruelty Free: Live A More Compassionate Lif&hellip by Jennifer Thomson
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
First off let me say that i know the author and her partner (well i've known her partner for 15 years).

Never one to lecture folk about becoming a vegetarian he has in the past given a few bits of advice to me.

As such when i was got the book i knew what it was about.

Whilst i'm not comfortable with the thought of becoming vegetarian myself i do think this book has given me new information and inspired me to make some changes to MY LIFE that ensure i help others. A case in point is clothes - i used to stay away from the budget clothing stores (you'll know the ones) convinced that the only way they could make clothes so cheap was dubious quality AND… Read more
Titanic Thompson: The Man Who Bet on Everything by Kevin Cook
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It's often been said that the late, great Oliver Reed would be a great guy to meet and have a drink with.

Well to that list you can add Titanic.

He crammed more into his life than most of us would do if we had ten!!!.

I've learnt a bit about how to play sports better, how to talk to women better and how to get more respect in work.

It's not meant as a self help manual but there are lessons to be learnt as well as a very good story.

How much of it is true is up for debate, but as we all know facts don't always make a good story.....
India - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Cus&hellip by Becky Stephen
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very helpfull, 21 July 2011
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I read this within 2 days as i was going on a trip to India.

I found it changed my perception of what Indian culture is about and helped me understand more about the driving force behind this diverse and interesting country.

A good read if your planning a trip to India or if you're just interested in India itself.