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Top Reviewer Ranking: 121,956 - Total Helpful Votes: 21 of 38
Alone in the Dark by Namco Bandai
Alone in the Dark by Namco Bandai
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I found myself looking up Alan Wake on Amazon and reading the reviews just to see if anyone confirmed what I already thought about it, which was that it was a spooky and atmospheric game which I was quite fond of and had an excellent storyline, and they recommended some similar games - so to speak - similarly atmospheric and dark, I assumed, one of which was this, 'Alone in the Dark'. Also, I'd stumbled across this game's product page before and been attracted to the fact it was set in the whole of Central Park, New York. After looking at the Product Description telling me it had 'immersive gameplay' and 'stunning visuals' and plenty of environmental interaction in the many acres of Central… Read more
The Magpies by Mark Edwards
The Magpies by Mark Edwards
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A book that, once started, you find difficult to put down. As you read on, it just gets better and better. You want to know what event happens next as the story's tension mounts, and the scenes themselves that carry the story along are macabre and foreboding. The descriptions of events and scenes are not necessarily up there with the likes of Joanna Harris, ie Tea With the Birds, but are apt enough and relevant.
At first, I found the sex scenes a bit lurid and explicit and, but for the intended portrayal of a happy couple who will be expecting their first child, I felt the passages sounded like something out of an erotic genre novel and that the book could have done without them. I… Read more
The Financial Crisis (Guardian Shorts Book 1) by Phillip Inman
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I like the way this book is divided into 13 chapters that each cover a seperate topic most consisting of the factors of the triple-recession we in the UK and Europe are now undergoing. The author is a Guardian newspaper journalist and his writing is rich and concise, not elaborate or flowery, and covers his subject with the brevity the book's length requires. But I found the details to be very opaque to the uninformed mind not well-versed in economics or the present economic situation. It assumes you already know enough economics and economic terms to be able to understand the book, so does not try to clarify or explain what the novice might want to know. It reads much like an article or… Read more