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The Kind Mama: A Simple Guide to Supercharged Fert&hellip by Alicia Silverstone
20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Now The Science Bit, 27 April 2014
I'm sure Ms Silverstone has very good intentions and far be it from me to smash her parenting style. However, I find it troubling that throughout this book women are fed the ideal and fantasy about motherhood. It's a white privilege bible of mothering with zero supporting science or research. The author refers to vaginas as chichi's and hoohas. She claims vaccines are toxic and that you can keep a child disease free by feeding super foods. I think it's safe to say that if you're looking for grown up, sensible, wise advice on fertility and mothering, look elsewhere.
Now You See Her by James Patterson
Now You See Her by James Patterson
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars One Dimensional, 2 Oct 2012
I'm a fan of the James Patterson Alex Cross series so I'm deeply perplexed by this plot, writing style, and story telling. The main charecter is supposed to be a woman who is a tough survivalist, escaping a toxic and dangerous relationship. However when simply questioned or challenged by a situation she pulls the lower lip, uses her sexuality or simply runs. Frankly, it feels manipulating and I'm not sure why the author feels he has to write women in this way.

The plot is to say the least, silly. It's not even worth spoiling to explain how silly, just trust that there is zero base in reality. There is nothing the reader can relate to here. The charecters throughout are supposed… Read more
Panasonic Lumix GF1 12.1MP Digital System Camera 1&hellip by Panasonic
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning piece of ket, 5 Jan 2011
I have to confess, I am sad! I must be sad to fall in love with a piece of kit the way I have done with this camera. I have been looking long and hard for the right camera that combines quality and size as I travel a great deal to quite remote parts of the world. I used a Canon EOS digital SLR for a long time. I can't pretend that it will match a state of the art DSLR with USM lens, but not that far off if truth be told. As a compact, I used the Ricoh Caplio, which although excellent in good light, was poor in low light and downright rubbish with flash.
The GF1 is simply a joy to use. Easy, well designed and a solid feel to it.
The picture quality I find superb: great detail and… Read more

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