Mr. SA Hamilton

"Shambles"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 76% (13 of 17)
Location: Cheshire

 

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Last Days by Adam Nevill
Last Days by Adam Nevill
The power of a book is in the legacy it leaves.
I read LAST DAYS over six months ago, with the intention of writing a review as soon as I put the book down. All throughout I was looking forward to offering another review extolling the joys and wonder of yet another Adam Nevill tomb. I made notes as I read, inserted bookmarks where necessary after reading something completely mind blowing and told those around me how "fan-dabby-doozy" the book was.
But then I finished the book. And I put it down. And I abandoned the review. Notes were thrown away and bookmarks discarded. The book put back on the shelf next to all of my other Adam Nevill books and a Polish police procedure novel I'm… Read more
XXX Porn Star Interviews: Busty Blondes Volume 1 by Emma Edwards
4.0 out of 5 stars Busty Blondes 7.5/10, 4 Sep 2011
I have been interested in porn stars for a long time. The idea of women willing to give themselves up in front of camera has always fascinated me but the amount of material out there on the subject is rather limited. Most of the pornography writing is by academics. The best way to find out what the actresses feel like is to ask them, not to write about your own opinion (whatever that may be) and assume they feel the same. Busty Blondes is a great place to start. The interviews aren't very probing, but the girls are willing to speak their minds freely, showing their intellect, their enthusiasm and their realistic views on the world. I prefer interviews of this nature to autobiographies… Read more
XXX Porn Star Interviews: Busty Brunettes Volume 2 by Emma Edwards
I really enjoyed this.

The manner in which the girls express themselves so freely and with great bounds of enthusiasm must surely be an argument against those who believe all pornography is an insult and evil to women (and I know much of it is but I also know much of it isn't). My only downer on this book is that it would have been nice to read more interviews - including those who fall into the industry and regret their actions as opposed to those who seek it out and love it for all its worth. Some of the questions were a bit repetitive, which led to similar answers amongst some of the girls, so if there had been a broader range in both numbers and questions, a more balanced… Read more