Alessandro P. Monetti

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The Great British Tuck Shop by Steve Berry
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nostalgia you can eat, 20 Nov 2012
Publishing's crown prince of nostalgia Steve Berry has surpassed himself this time by coming up with a tasty time travel tome that offers a delighted smile of recognition on every single page. It's a rare book that makes you both hungry and happy and this one is a unique treat indeed.
Behind the Sofa: Celebrity Memories of Doctor Who by Steve Berry
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A beautifully presented, lovingly edited and utterly enjoyable book that will delight every Doctor Who fan and supports a wonderful cause.
No Limits: Modern Poetry For Modern People by Victoria Silchenko
Unforgettable images and a rich vocabulary are the hallmarks of this hugely impressive poetry debut. No Limits is packed with so many lines memorable for their wit, depth, intelligence, emotion and flair!
Just some of my favorites include:
"I'm getting old too fast and getting smart too slow,"
"It is hard to be a flame when darkness rules,"
"I am sitting in traffic of my thoughts,"
"It is the lie that hurts - but the truth is always simple,"
"One side is always right, another's wrong but evil is in the tarnished middle."
And also this terrific passage:
"I wish I knew spell of the Torah
To keep the diminishing light
But you will betray me… Read more