0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A book for serious readers. Takes concentration as there is a lot of detail and case histories. It is a chilling account. Everyone who is unbiased should make the effort to read it, but particularly Christians.
It can be used as a reference book, but bear in mind that it was published in 2003, so could do with an update.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Jema Hewitt's whimsically humorous style is always a joy to read, even if you can't make jewellery.
At first sight I thought the things were going to be right out of my class, but I still loved the stories and pictures in this beautifully designed and presented book. On looking more carefully I saw that there was a range of items illustrated and described and that some were easy enough for me to get started on.
The photographs are good, the instructions clear.
This would make a great gift for an artistic friend. Although described as "paperback" it is sturdy and handles easily.
Imaginative, fun - and a good price.