Adam Frankenberg

"Kol adam"
"The whole world is a very narrow bridge"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 93% (129 of 139)
Location: Manchester UK
In My Own Words:
I am a research student in the North of England. My first degree was in Chemistry.

My interest include: Jewish studies in all its forms but especially hasidic Judaism, I am also found of chemistry, maths, and chess

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 15,255 - Total Helpful Votes: 129 of 139
King Of Shaves K-Series AlphaOil Shaving Oil for S&hellip by King of Shaves
Although I was initially put off by the cost this is a wonderful product. It transformed shaving from a chore to a pleasure. And I have found that a very little goes a long way. Although it is possible to shave using this product only, without form, in fact this is great when travelling. When used as pre-form lubricant. It makes the shave close but really comfortable. I find my face much less irrupted than I used to and the shave is better (closer).
5.0 out of 5 stars Lovely Balance smooth shave, 14 Mar 2014
This is an excellent safety razor. When I first made the switch away from disposable razors to a safety one at first i got a very cheep chinese made one. I quiet liked it but the shave wasn't that close and I would nick myself from time to time. This razor however is great. The handle feels nice but grips well in the wet and the shave itself is close but comfortably. I like the extra weight (compared with both my first safety razor and the ones I used to use). I have found it very easy to clean and to maintain. And overall it was a great price, and it came more rapidly than they suggested it would. Over all I am very happy. And my skin feels much less irritated as well. I would highly… Read more
The Hidden of Things: Twelve Stories of Love & Lon&hellip by Yael Unterman
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Poignant and funny, 22 Feb 2014
This collection of stories is both funny and poignant. Some will make you laugh while others may move you, in my case almost to tears. If you have been though the joys and sorrows of dating then these stories (which link together to form a larger narrative) will definitely speak to you. Having lived for a little while in Jerusalem, I found the descriptions and characterisation of Jerusalem particularly evocative.
I really recommend this book. Each story is satisfying in and of itself but the whole is certainly greater than the sum of its parts. More than enough for several sittings.