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Every Occasion and The Ghost by Dan Rolfe
Where has the world been hiding Dan Rolfe? A fantastic first book and let's hope he's already working on a second!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Totally USELESS!!, 26 Sep 2012
I hadn't realised quite how difficult it was to buy a clothes peg until I started - had a look at several different types in shops all of which seemed flimsy and not for purpose - therefore resorting to Amazon, from whom I buy increasingly different items habitually with no problem.
These pegs however are totally useless - do not even think of buying them - they are indeed large, but are made of such flimsy plastic their size is just not a virtue - total rubbish and the one star rating is there only because you can't give a minus star rating
Writing on the Edge: Great Contemporary Writers on&hellip by Dan Crowe
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended, 21 May 2010
This book began out of the photographer Tom Craig's desire to "do something" about the places he was visiting: places across the globe, each of which has at some time been described as "the worst place in the world". Everywhere he visited he found Médecins Sans Frontières - not doing politics, or trying to influence the conduct or course of whatever crisis they were in the middle of, but simply looking after single souls, one at a time, whose lives have been torn apart by the events surrounding them.
It isn't possible to bear witness to these things and not want to help, and returning from one such assignment Craig came up with an idea. What if he searched out the very… Read more

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