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Khanka EVA Hard Case Travel Carrying Storage Bag for Bose Soundlink Mini 2 / II Bluetooth Portable Wireless Speaker - Fits the Wall Charger, Charging Cradle. Fits with the Bose TPU Soft Cover.
Khanka EVA Hard Case Travel Carrying Storage Bag for Bose Soundlink Mini 2 / II Bluetooth Portable Wireless Speaker - Fits the Wall Charger, Charging Cradle. Fits with the Bose TPU Soft Cover.

5.0 out of 5 stars Does a good job for a very reasonable price., 13 Sept. 2017
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Excellent value for money, very good quality, offers very good protection, holding the speaker and its base very snugly via an adjustable velcro divider, allowing storage of the UK plug in the remaining space and with the power cable in an elasticated net in the lid.


New iPad 9.7 2017 case, OJAX [Full-body] [ Heavy Duty Protection] [3 Layer Hybrid] [Kickstand] Shockproof Rubber Bumper Back Cover Drop Resistance Anti-slip Cover With Kickstand for New iPad 9.7 Inch (2017) (BLACK)
New iPad 9.7 2017 case, OJAX [Full-body] [ Heavy Duty Protection] [3 Layer Hybrid] [Kickstand] Shockproof Rubber Bumper Back Cover Drop Resistance Anti-slip Cover With Kickstand for New iPad 9.7 Inch (2017) (BLACK)
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good value, effective protector for the iPad 9.7, 13 Sept. 2017
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Well constructed, easy to fit and seemingly effective (I haven't had to put it to the test, yet). My only criticism is that if you activate finger print security on your iPad before fitting the case, then the cut out on the case for the sleep button changes the way that your finger/thumb sits on the button, rendering it very difficult to recognise your print.


Samsung M3 1TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive - Black - HX-M101TCB/G
Samsung M3 1TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive - Black - HX-M101TCB/G

5.0 out of 5 stars good value for money, 29 Mar. 2015
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Prompt delivery, good value for money.


Night of the Whirlwind (The Ackroyd Series Book 1)
Night of the Whirlwind (The Ackroyd Series Book 1)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Meticulous research, great attention to detail, thoroughly believable, 16 May 2014
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David Bruce paints an authentic picture of the minutiae of life on a wartime RAF station and what is involved in maintaining and operating a combat aircraft. The characters are well drawn and you develop an empathy with them. The plotline is believable, the author avoids dreaming up some implausible mission of the type that would be more at home in a Hollywood blockbuster.

The real star of the book is of course the Whirlwind fighter itself. Being an aviation enthusiast I was well aware of its existence and limited use in RAF service, but reading this book rekindled my interest in the aircraft and since then I've spent some time trawling the internet for more information and what I now believe to be an aircraft that was ahead of its time and which could, with more development, have become as effective and famous as some of its contemporaries.

I look forward to more of the same from David Bruce.


Special Forces: Tales of Heroism from Around the World: SAS, SBS, Delta Force,  U.S.Navy SEALs, Spetnaz and GSG9. (Afghan Heat Book 2)
Special Forces: Tales of Heroism from Around the World: SAS, SBS, Delta Force, U.S.Navy SEALs, Spetnaz and GSG9. (Afghan Heat Book 2)
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1.0 out of 5 stars Very badly written - does not to justice to the subject matter., 26 Feb. 2014
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I have never before read a book that is so poorly written, with so many spelling and punctuation errors. I wonder if any proof reading took place and what the editor did to justify their fee. The writing style is very stilted and the author must have relied on their word processor's spell checker. After a while the number and nature of the errors becomes funny. As an example 'too Al-Qaeda' instead of 'two Al-Qaeda'. Various references to 'airstrikes', 'air strikes' and 'air-strike's' with an unnecessary apostrophe. A passage describing a DShk machine gun later refers to the same weapon as a 'desk'. Northern Alliance commander Abdul Rashid Dostum is referred to as 'Dostrum' An Exocet missile is also referred to as an 'Exorcet'. The SAS headquarters at Hereford is described at 'Heroford'. I could go........

All in all, the stories themselves are interesting, but the author, editor and proof reader should all consider alternative careers. If I could award this zero stars, I would. I'm glad I only paid £1.85 for this steaming pile of ordure.
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Football Logo Quiz
Football Logo Quiz

1.0 out of 5 stars Useless - won't run on my Kindle Fire HD, 9 Oct. 2013
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I downloaded this product and the install procedure simply killed the Kindle - just a blank screen after the install started. I left the thing alone for about 20 minutes, just in case the install was slow, but nothing changed, so I removed it from the device.


One Bloody Thing After Another: The World's Gruesome History
One Bloody Thing After Another: The World's Gruesome History
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Badly written - don't waste your money, 16 Jan. 2013
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The writing style is that of a 14 year old - short stilted sentences and unconvincing and simplistic explanations of events.

There is no overall theme to the chosen incidents other than a general chronological progress that ends in the 18th century. Mass murder, natural disasters and individual crimes are mingled in a haphazard fashion. Some of these incidents have had an enormous impact on human history, others seem to have been included just because of the particularly gruesome nature of the event.

This is probably the worst book I have ever read. After a couple of chapters I doubted that I wuld finish it, but I kept going back to it, hoping it would improve. It didn't. If I could give it zero stars I would, but I have to give it at least one in order to complete the review.


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