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BWC (Formerly KiDiGi) 7 - Version 4.1 - Super Slim&hellip by KiDiGi
96 of 98 people found the following review helpful
Firstly, MobiCity have to be praised for their lightning-fast delivery - I chose the cheapest delivery option and the tablet arrived less than 24 hours after placing the order.
Unboxing the unit is slightly less impressive though, there is no branded packaging at all, the unit is shipped in a poly bag, in half a jiffy bag, inside a plain cardboard box. Loose in the box I found a standard USB-A to micro USB cable, a short USB-A socket to micro USB plug cable (not entirely sure what you'd use that for...) and a 5V/2A UK mains charging plug with a tiny DC jack. There is also a very brief instruction booklet, in English and Mandarin, which, being a man, I obviously haven't read… Read more
Two Cows and a Vanful of Smoke by Peter Benson
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
From the brief synopsis I'd been given, I was expecting the sort of caper Guy Ritchie would turn into a film which convinced no-one. What I actually got was an astonishing love letter to the countryside, poetic and lyrical, and funny and frightening in equal parts. Like the other reviewer, I had to finish the book in a single sitting, then come here and rave about it, then go and buy everything else Peter Benson has written. You should too.
Alone by TR Sullivan
Alone by TR Sullivan
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
First off, this book's premise and plot aren't its biggest problems. The 'last man alive' idea is a great one, and is always going to draw readers in however many times it's been done before, and the plot, although low-key, has just enough (mostly believable) drama to keep you reading. The book's biggest problems for me were its very simplistic style of writing - lots of short sentences consisting of 'he did this' followed by 'he then did that', and the lack of character development - the protagonist is the same person at the end of the book as he was at the start: calm, resourceful, and, sadly, pretty dull. Add to that some annoying, rambling, digressions from the plot early on in the… Read more

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