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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent cyber thriller, 29 Dec. 2015
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This is a real page turner with a fascinating insight into the modern realities of the Internet world. The film rights should be snapped up without delay


NEW Tesco Hudl 2 Premium Leather Folio Case Cover with Stand with free Screen Protector And Touch pen and Screen Cleaning Cloth (white)
NEW Tesco Hudl 2 Premium Leather Folio Case Cover with Stand with free Screen Protector And Touch pen and Screen Cleaning Cloth (white)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good value but one drawback, 18 July 2015
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This is an excellent cse for protect ing your Hudl but sometimes the functionality of the tablet is better when removed from the case


What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us
What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us
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4.0 out of 5 stars Demystifying G+, 29 Sept. 2013
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If you are somewhat puzzled by the mechanics of G+, this concise and amusingly written book should solve your problem. It takes you through most elements of the subject frequently with hyperlinks back into G+ itself thus probably best to read on a tablet


The Paperboy
The Paperboy
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3.0 out of 5 stars A slow Southern drawl, 12 Aug. 2013
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I decided to read the before seeing the film (which I have yet to do and from all I have read, has some major script differences). However the storyline was rather dull and I never really got into the characters despite a feeling that I should have. The book meanders along in a way that suggests the humidity of the area described has filtered into the writing, so while not bad, I wouldn't go so far as to recommend it.


Not Out First Ball: The art of being beaten in beautiful places
Not Out First Ball: The art of being beaten in beautiful places
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4.0 out of 5 stars A great garden read on a summer's day, 12 Aug. 2013
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I read this delightfully entertaining book whilst listening to 4th Ashes Test Match over the past weekend and finished it just as Bell got his 3rd century in the series. As I happened to be in France at the time, the experience was even more amusing. Like all good tales, the writing transports you away from your physical location.

However this is a not a novel but a series of anecdotes centred around the characters playing in a West Sussex club over a period of 25 years who you'll come to know and love despite never knowing their actual names.

My favourite tale recounts the team's first trip to play a team in France and the wonderful translation in French of standard cricketing terms.

Try it out, it'll bowl you over!


INCEPTIO (Roma Nova Book 1)
INCEPTIO (Roma Nova Book 1)

5.0 out of 5 stars The start of a great series, 13 May 2013
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Aware of its Roman background, I had originally understood this be an historic thriller but was pleasantly surprised to discover its setting a contemporary but parallel world where the world's history was similar but not quite the same as the one we know.

The novel takes us through several stage of the protagonist's evolution from a young downtrodden American park employee to a kick-ass heroine of noble ancestry with many twists and turns along the way. Whilst there are romantic subplots, this is certainly not chiclit!

For a debut novel, this book is a triumph not only in the style of writing and plot but the imagination that takes us into a vivid and very recognizable world although it does not actually exist. What is most intriguing is that the variations with the world we know are generally rather unsettling.

I hope that the sequels will give us some further hints of how history was slightly modified


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