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The Tears of My Soul
The Tears of My Soul
by Hyun Hee Kim
Edition: Hardcover

5.0 out of 5 stars A must read., 6 May 2013
This review is from: The Tears of My Soul (Hardcover)
Not only is this a great book - a page turner you will not put down - but it may hold the keys to understanding Muslem hatered of the west. Just as Kim was brainwashed and taught to hate South Korea and the western world, today millions of Muslems have been brainwashed to hate America and the rest of the western world is the same manor. A must read. At any price!


Streets of Fire
Streets of Fire
Offered by skyvo-direct
Price: £8.47

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wangerian Rock n' Roll, 5 April 2013
This review is from: Streets of Fire (Audio CD)
Jim Steinman at his best! Jim calls this Wagnerian Rock n' Roll and I agree. It is a Rock Opera with Broadway Musical undertones. Piano Pounding, Drum Beating, Guitar Strumming, greatness. You can pick out as many as three different back-up melodies blended into the songs.
The Blaster's One Bad Stud, and Blue Shadows arn't bad either!
The staging of the film set records for the Hollywood Back Lot. Dark and violent, like the movie itself.
Michael Pare revives his Eddie and the Cruisers II - Eddie Lives - to perfection.
Diane Lane is beautiful as always, and really lip-sinks the hell out of her numbers.


The Last Secret Of The Temple
The Last Secret Of The Temple
by Paul Sussman
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
Price: £9.99

0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars "Pulse-Pounding"? " Sleep Inducing" is more like it., 7 Dec. 2008
Having suffered through Lost Army of Cambyses, I have no idea why I still tried to read this book? It will be the last time a buy two book from the same writer at the same time. The book is slower than slow. I turned the page and just keep turning pages (20 or so) until I detected some slight advancement of the plot or the characters, then began reading again to discover that I had not missed a thing in the 20 skipped pages.
"Pulse-Pounding"? Hardly. It put me to sleep night after night.


The Lost Army Of Cambyses
The Lost Army Of Cambyses
by Paul Sussman
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.99

4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A page turner alright?, 7 Dec. 2008
I found the book slow and tedious. Page after page go by without advancement of the characters or the plot. Way too slow. No real depth to the police work or the lost artifacts. You can skip entire chapters, one after the other, and not miss a thing. Like so many of today's authors, the guy needs a good editor!


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