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Hear My Cry ~ Sonique
Hear My Cry ~ Sonique
4.0 out of 5 stars Sounds so good, 24 Sep 2000
This woman can sing! Strong powerful sultry. A magnificent rendition of "I put a spell on you" and her remixes are refreshing. The minute I hear Sky or It feels so good, I am transported back to Ibiza. Keep these tunes coming - Sonique can do no wrong.
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire by Steve Perry
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
At last, something to bridge the gap between ESB and ROTJ. I sat and watched SW, then ESB again before reading the book (not that I needed a refresher, I already know most of the words off by heart)The book tells of how Leia, Lando, Luke, Chewie and the droids prepare for the rescue of Han, frozen in carbonite and in the hands of Bobba Fett on the way to Jabba. We are shown Leias growing feelings for Han, and the strange feelings she has for Luke which she cannot yet explain. The grouo are only just starting to trust Lando after he sold them out to Vader in ESB and he sytematically helps tham with his numerous "contacts" scattered around the seedier parts of the galaxy. We… Read more
Two Women by Martina Cole
Two Women by Martina Cole
46 of 48 people found the following review helpful
.. From the begining of the book, you felt that there were parts you could relate to, although some of the incidents were just so horific, you pittied Susan right from the start, yet also held a torch for her and others who in real life had been treated that way. The more you read, the more hostile your feelings got to her Husband, Father and Mother and like another reviewer had written, you were willing Susan not to stay. This is the first Martina Cole book I have ever read, or heard of, and it would certainly not be one that I would have chosen as I prefer Science Fiction - but in reading this..., I found myself transported into the underbelly of Londons East End, and believe me, Ian… Read more