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Amazon Fire TV with 4K Ultra HD | Streaming Media Player
Amazon Fire TV with 4K Ultra HD | Streaming Media Player
Price: £79.99

2.0 out of 5 stars Box is good, when the remote works, 14 Oct. 2015
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I've had nothing but problems with the remote and given up on it and using the phone app now.

Also wish there was a way of adding side loaded apps to the home screen
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Tethered Twins (Action Packed Dystopian Sci-Fi)
Tethered Twins (Action Packed Dystopian Sci-Fi)
Price: £1.99

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A definite pleaser, 17 Jan. 2013
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It took me a while to work out what Tethered Twins was, well written from the start, I couldn't quite place it in any genre and it's safe to say, it crosses genres, part sci-fi, part adventure, part social commentary and even in places, part horror.

Set in a dystopian future parallel Great Britain where everybody has a twin and the twins share a psychic link called a tether which means they share every major emotional event, this book follows the story of Emmie (and I think only the first part of her story) - Quite frankly, I couldn't put it down.

I would say this book is a great read both for adults and in all honesty, for teenagers, a good comparison would place it in the same age range as the Hunger Games Trilogy etc. It does contain some harrowing scenes and truly horrific characters though so certainly not for young ones.


Free Stuff Everyday: How Customers And Companies Can Unlock The Power of Freebies
Free Stuff Everyday: How Customers And Companies Can Unlock The Power of Freebies
Price: £1.99

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book, great free stuff, 27 July 2012
I received my copy of Free Stuff Everyday: How Customers And Companies Can Unlock The Power of Freebies a few weeks ago and it's a great read, well written and although starting off slow with some fairly common sense stuff, Mike Essex goes on to give you some really great advice and so far, I've tried some of the techniques and am waiting on the results.


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