Laura Hartley

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Location: London
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 995 - Total Helpful Votes: 551 of 652
Bake Your Own Boyfriend Cookie Cutter by Niion Limited
What is it?
The Bake Your Own Boyfriend Cookie Cutter is exactly what it says it is. It's a simple, blue, plastic, man-shaped cookie cutter.

What's good about it
This cookie cutter is quite thick and sturdy so you don't have to worry about it breaking after a few uses. I decided to make a chocolate chip boyfriend which meant that I had a bit of difficulty pushing the cutter into the dough because the chips were very hard, but with a bit of effort, the cutter went straight through the chocolate chips, no hard done to the cutter and the shape of my future boyfriend remained intact. This cutter is quite a good size, probably about the length of a 15cm ruler, which means… Read more
Divergent (Divergent Trilogy, Book 1) by Veronica Roth
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I've taken my time with getting to the Divergent series by Veronica Roth because I was afraid of all the hype surrounding it but boy do I regret it. I have just finished reading this book and I can't believe that I put it off for so long! This book isn't quite what I expected but it's certainly action-packed and I never knew what was going to happen next.

Divergent follows the story of Beatrice (Tris) Prior in a new dystopian world. In an attempt to proven the outbreak of war, humankind broke into five different 'factions': Erudite, for the clever, Amity, for the peaceful, Candor, for the honest, Abnegation, for the selfless and Dauntless, for the brave. Children grow up in… Read more
Metropolis Pictorial: Stepping Into The Yards Of J&hellip by Tan Qi Rong
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Metropolis Pictorial is a photography and travel book that consists of full page photos of some of Tokyo's top sites. Each photo is labelled with some including short, but detailed, information about what makes each place special, how to get there, how to book tickets (if needed) and when the best time to visit is.

I guess what's so good about this short book is its simplicity. This is essentially a picture book with little captions here and there telling you what to look out for in Tokyo. All of the photos were taken on an iPhone 4S, nothing fancy, but I guess that's part of the appeal. This book is designed to give people a look at the real Toyko, what the sights look like to… Read more

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