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Carmen C85001 Battery Operated Dual Sided LED Illuminated Mirror - Silver
Carmen C85001 Battery Operated Dual Sided LED Illuminated Mirror - Silver
Price: £14.99

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Light is useless, 2 Sept. 2016
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The mirror itself is fine, but the light is completely pointless. Its so dim it barely makes any difference at all, may as well have bought a normal cheap mirror. Honestly tempted to return this, very disappointed.


KINGSO Acrylic Clear Container Makeup Case Cosmetic Storage Holder Organizer (Black)
KINGSO Acrylic Clear Container Makeup Case Cosmetic Storage Holder Organizer (Black)
Offered by Clest F&H
Price: £2.70

5.0 out of 5 stars Exactly as shown, 16 April 2016
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Cute, does the job! Not much to say about it really, you get what you see.


Poizen Industries Jade Bag Zipped Black Goth Emo Punk Vampire Knuckle Duster
Poizen Industries Jade Bag Zipped Black Goth Emo Punk Vampire Knuckle Duster

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Cute but flimsy, 16 April 2016
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Its a super cute bag, but as someone who carries their whole life around in their bag, its more pretty than practical. The strap in particular feels very week. If you're just carrying around some basics (Keys, wallet, phone) you'll be fine, but if you're looking for a very sturdy bag, this one won't be a good choice.

Regardless, I still love the bag and use it on days when I only need to bring a few things with me.


KALISTA DRESS LADIES PINK SIZE L
KALISTA DRESS LADIES PINK SIZE L
Offered by Purple Diamond Boutique

3.0 out of 5 stars Awkward Padding, 24 Jun. 2015
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The dress isn't awful, but its definitely not great. There's some really strange padding for the boobs that I'm literally going to have to cut out of the dress to make it wearable, which is really annoying. Its a MUCH brighter neon shade of pink in real life, which I really do not like, and it smelled a bit musty when I opened it to be honest, which is odd for a brand new item. It got here quickly, packaged well and the quality is alright, otherwise my rating would likely be lower.


TOO FACED Lip Injection Lip Plumper Extreme Mini's x 2 - .01oz each
TOO FACED Lip Injection Lip Plumper Extreme Mini's x 2 - .01oz each

2.0 out of 5 stars Too small, not worth it., 5 Feb. 2015
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I only give this two stars because the product itself is quite good, but don't bother with this listing. These things are beyond tiny, the bottle without the lid on is basically the size of my fingernail. I knew they'd be small but come on.

Just buy the full sized product, this price isn't worth it at all, even if you are just wanting to test it.


Trust Starzz Microphone for PC and Laptop (Includes Tripod) - 3.5 mm microphone connection
Trust Starzz Microphone for PC and Laptop (Includes Tripod) - 3.5 mm microphone connection
Price: £12.14

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars On the second use there was an annoying buzzy squealing noise in the background, 7 Oct. 2014
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Worked properly on the first use. On the second use there was an annoying buzzy squealing noise in the background. It stopped working altogether after the second use. Complete waste of money.


The Arcadian Child (The Colin Millar Adventures Book 1)
The Arcadian Child (The Colin Millar Adventures Book 1)
Price: £2.28

5.0 out of 5 stars A Christmas Adventure, 5 Dec. 2013
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Colin Millar has always felt that there was something a little different about his life. Every Christmas, since he was a child, something strange has happened to him. The strange events are all very different and it isn’t until he is in his mid-teens that Colin finally learns the truth. On the last day of school before the Christmas holidays begin, Colin’s life changes forever. And so begins an adventure in time that will determine the destiny of us all. Think Doctor Who without the TARDIS but with genuine danger, crossed with Harry Potter, and you’ll get the idea. Warm, funny, and at times a little frightening. The Arcadian Child is a great Christmas tale.


The Last Witch (The Last Witch Chronicles Book 1)
The Last Witch (The Last Witch Chronicles Book 1)
Price: £2.28

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Short and very sweet!, 26 Nov. 2013
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A fun story with a lot of hidden depth. The story ticks many boxes for me; a dark fairy tale, in the best possible Grimm tradition; a subtle Christian allegory, that C.S. Lewis would recognise; an understanding of esoteric mysticism that will resonate with fans of F. Frank Baum.

Branna is born into a pagan Irish family that is grounded in a strong belief in the mystical world. Her religion is quickly being swept aside by the powerful Christian church. Her family keeps to itself in their humble house in the woods, limiting contact with the outside world to the occasional visit to the local village to trade for food and other provisions. Everything changes when Branna encounters a demon from the new religion. Her meeting with the demon sets in motion a series of terrifying events that results in Branna being seriously injured. As she drifts between this life and the next she enters a terrifying would of eternal darkness that is filled with shadowy creatures born out of every imaginable nightmare. Branna brings new hope and new life to the dark other-place with the help of Rufus and D; wise old men who dwell in the otherworld and who recognise the power of the young witch, and how important she is to the eternal battle between good and evil; both in the mortal world and in the hidden realm. Based on his physical description, costume, and the subtle hints to someone with knowledge of the future (some of which are more subtle than others), I suspect that the character of D may be based on Queen Elizabeth I's mystic, Doctor John Dee. Rufus is also not quite what he seems, but I cannot think of an obvious historical personality to peg him on.

Definitely a story that can be enjoyed by many readers at many levels. Kids will love it at one level and adults will read a much more sophisticated tale. The clever use of tense to denote a shift between this world and the next, and to separate one period of time from another, can serve to snag on the brain just a little, but on the second read through, it became fluid and wonderful; like the pieces of a puzzle falling into place.


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