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Runaways Vol.1: Pride & Joy (Runaways Digest New Ed)
Runaways Vol.1: Pride & Joy (Runaways Digest New Ed)
by Brian K. Vaughan
Edition: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars 4 Star Story, 1 Star Binding!, 7 Mar. 2013
Received this book for Christmas and on the FIRST read-through 4 pages just fell out from the middle of the binding! The glue seems very poor and it looks likely that I'll get more loose pages when I eventually read the book again. This 'new' version has an ORANGE cover to it. I have since bought other volumes in the Runaways series and they are an older, BLUE-covered version - I am pleased to report that no pages have fallen out of these!

The story itself is quite interesting, a nice spin on the 'evil' parents angle. It will be interesting to see how the characters develop and work together to 'beat the odds' against their more powerful opponents!

Well worth a read but be warned about possible problems with the pages!

Splinter: A gripping, chilling psychological thriller
Splinter: A gripping, chilling psychological thriller
Price: £1.89

4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting thriller, 5 Jan. 2011
Quite a short book, but perhaps it felt that way because it kept my attention and I read it in a short space of time!
Plenty of weird occurances throw the main character's sanity into question and the plot moves along at an exciting pace.
An interesting series of twists and turns along the way keep you guessing as to what the real reason behind all these events is.
Hopefully more of Fitzek's work will be translated into English and I look forward to reading more by him!
At this price (£1) the book is an absolute bargain - a very entertaining read!

Everyone Into Position
Everyone Into Position
Price: £10.48

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Difficult Second Album? Doubt it!, 20 Sept. 2005
This review is from: Everyone Into Position (Audio CD)
After the stop-gap 'Music for nurses Ep', Oceansize have delivered a fine second album that has a great blend of full-on rockers and slower, more epic songs. Songs have taken on a grander scale than on previous records and work all the better for it. If you get the chance, go see these guys play as they take the power of the songs up another notch live! Thank God for bands like this...

Casual Sex in Cineplex
Casual Sex in Cineplex

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Such a shame they weren't huge..., 1 Sept. 2002
This review is from: Casual Sex in Cineplex (Audio CD)
Anyone who is a fan of extremely witty lyrics and catchy songs would love this album. I have this album on tape and it never fails to make me smile, but despite it being very funny the songs are still very cleverly written. The best song is Kick me with your leather boots, but all of the songs are brilliant and it is such a happy, funny record that everyone should hear it! If only these guys had more publicity, they could have been huge. Shame really, as this will probably be impossible to get on cd ever now...

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