C. Broughton

"cbrought"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 72% (49 of 68)
Location: Bristol, UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 580,010 - Total Helpful Votes: 49 of 68
TG Cases® New Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 Premium Fol&hellip by TG Cases
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
My title pretty much says it all. The case delivered is not the one shown in the photographs. The cut out sections (which don't match the buttons on the tablet) are not the same as in the photo. The two small "pockets" on the inside are not there. I ordered the blue colour, and it isn't the same as in the photo. Plus as another reviewer said, the case REEKS; a horrible, petrol-like odour which remains on your hands after holding the case.

Essentially this is a poorly-made, cheap import. I immediately requested my money back. Avoid this product.
Godskitchen Pure Trance Anthems 2011 ~ Various Artists
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
"Trance" is an extremely loose definition for this compilation. Don't expect uplifting, euphoric tracks on this one, it's a seemingly endless 80 minutes per CD of thump thump thump with the odd whoosh thrown in. Maybe they think it's that terrifying "progressive" trance nonsense - but progress suggests going somewhere, which this doesn't. It's a slow, lifeless mix of tracks which even big names can't save. I'd recommend Andy Moor's Trance Nation CD from a few months back if you want a true picture of good, worthwhile trance. Trance Nation Mixed By Andy Moor
The Affinity Bridge by George Mann
The Affinity Bridge by George Mann
6 of 11 people found the following review helpful
This is a difficult book to review. Stylistically, it's not that well written. It almost drowns in familiarity of treading the same ground as many other novels. It's a mish-mash of subplots which end up feeling like they are rushed together at the end like they'd been forgotten about. However, the main thing is, I really really enjoyed it. To the extent that I can't wait for the next one.

It's a very easy read, there will be nothing to make you think or to tax your brain here. It's pretty much as suitable for a 12 year old as for any adult. It treads a fine line between serious and pastiche, so much does it seem to rely on steampunk clichés and soap opera plots… Read more

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