L. Mason

"orange monsoon"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (336 of 375)
Location: Worcester, England


Top Reviewer Ranking: 680,170 - Total Helpful Votes: 336 of 375
Love... And Sleepless Nights: A Laugh Out Loud Rom&hellip by Nick Spalding
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Lacking in substance, 21 July 2012
It's not very often that I write a review about a book, but I finished this one about 20 minutes ago, and I must say I wouldn't advise anyone else to read it. The plot was very thin indeed, meandering in random directions with no consequences and or any thread running through it. The writing style was casual at best, to be honest it was quite unrefined. I bought it purposely for a casual holiday read, but even quick reads should have something to them, and this really doesn't. I would say to go find something else to read.
GCSE Physics Complete Revision & Practice: Complet&hellip by CGP Books
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, 8 Jan 2007
Everyone has their own way of revising. Some use flow diagrams or minds maps, some prefer revision cards, and some really learn from working through a revision guide. If you, like me learn best from this, this bok is fantastic.

Each topic is a chapter, and it guides you through with diagrams and bright clours, which makes it very readable. It says that at the end of each page you should write down what you have learnt from this page, and at the end of every chapter there's some revision questions and some practise exam questions. Used properly, this book leads you into the exam properly prepared.

I have the CGP books for Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths, French… Read more
Ice Age 2 : The Meltdown [2006] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Carlos Saldanha
I really enjoyed Ice Age 1, so i was very pleased when i heard there was going to be a sequel. I was also slightly worried - aware of the tendency of sequels to be a bit of a letdown. However, i was pleased seeing this.

The basic story is about the ice melting (a relevant topic, also introducing children to the concept of global warming melting the polar ice caps) and all the animals having to flee the area.

I thought the storyline was equally is good as the prequel, however, when the story began to get a bit sparse in parts, they just stuck in an irrelevant scene of scratch the squirrel, and although i like these scenes, i appreciate others may find them quite… Read more