Mark Rowantree

In happier times, perhaps.
Helpful votes received on reviews: 74% (79 of 107)
Location: Glasgow, Scotland
Birthday: 1 Oct



Top Reviewer Ranking: 359,994 - Total Helpful Votes: 79 of 107
Screen Cleaner KIT + Ultra Aborbant Microfiber Tow&hellip by Evernet Superior
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, 22 Feb 2013
Great and simple solution to the greatest drawback to touchscreens i.e. fingermarks and smudges! I use this on my Kindle, Laptop and smartphone.
Gear4 StreetParty Compact Portable Speaker Docking&hellip by Gear 4
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
I received this product as a gift and am extremely happy with it. Admittedly it doesn't come with an ejector seat as standard: nonetheless for a unit of its size it does the basics really well. The sound level and clarity is super, in addition it charges my i-Phone and has the added benefit of working on batteries ie'f you need portability. For me it solves the perrenial problem of where I put my mobile. Oh and if I need to listen to the radio, I've come up with the perfect solution: I turn my radio on.
The Rough Wooings: Mary Queen of Scots, 1542-1551 by Marcus Merriman
Dr. Merriman has crafted here,a book which manages to brings to life the struggles, politics, religious intrigue a book of outstanding scholarship with a generous helping of humanity to create a window on the life of one of Scottish history's most colourful characters. He is certainly an antedote to the oversimplification, if not outright distortions practised by aome of his erstwhile colleagues in the past five hundred years or so. The fervour surrounding Mary has always assumed that her life and actioins followed a pre-ordained path, Dr. Merriman confounds that approach arguing that much of what resulted from Mary's reign far from being inevitable was, almost always contingent on the… Read more

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