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Top Reviewer Ranking: 526,509 - Total Helpful Votes: 36 of 63
Programming Scala: Scalability = Functional Progra&hellip by Dean Wampler
This is a very solid book, full of information, doesn't seem to skimp over anything.
But, I find it very hard to read (as a book cover to cover - gotta know your language properly to use it).
This is due to the fact that constantly throughout the book there are basically what I consider footnotes saying, bet you're wondering what that other bit does, see page X (100 pages time), but *right in the body of the text*.
If these were footnotes, it would get another star, maybe even 2. If another revision comes out, please someone, use footnotes.
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant page turner, 5 April 2012
Bought this knowing it was a young readers book and they'd just made a film of it, not heard of it previously.
Brilliant book. Very quick to read, mainly because you want to read more.
I was actually looking forward to when I knew I had more time to read more of it (doesn't seem to happen so much recently).
I would recommend it to anyone above 10 or so I think.
HP Standard Keyboard - Keyboard - USB - silver, ca&hellip by HP
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Been looking for a keyboard I really like for a long time now, been through quite a few at various price points.
This is the best keyboard (for any money) if you are looking for soft touch, easy to type all day, nice feel, small, no pointless extra keys.
I liked it so much (I've been using it now for about 3 weeks on and off) that I've ordered another, in case this one breaks (ever).

If you use your keyboard a lot for typing/programming then I strongly suggest you risk 15 pounds on this and discover how nice it is.