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"Intense and visceral crime drama" - by The Quibbler
This is a crime drama set in late sixteenth century Seville in Spain. The central character is Mateo Nunez (played by Pablo Molinero). He used to live in Seville but had been forced to flee to Toledo, having been sentenced to death by the Inquisition for printing forbidden books. He is sought out by the estate executor of Mateo’s old friend Germàn. Mateo owed him a great deal of money, but the executor offers to discharge this debt by asking Mateo to return to plague ridden Seville and rescue Germàn’s illegitimate son Valerio. Mateo returns, however, before he can complete his task, he is arrested by the Inquisitor’s bailiffs, who promise to pardon his life in exchange for solving a series of diabolic crimes recently committed in Seville.

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"Put the film to one side and immerse yourself in a fantastic sci-fi." - by Mr T C Ablett
If you like the film then you will like the series. With the aid of the splinters the twists in the plot lines help keep you gripped. If you haven't seen the film and you love sci-fi then give this series a try. I would bet your £7.99 you will be hooked :o)

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"So good..." - by Carolyn Whitmarsh
This game is amazing. A strategy game where you make a disease, and then have to spread it to the world. I usually start my plague in a place with a lot of ports and docks. Almost recommend for all.

Also, buying the add ons does make the game a lot better. Recommend getting them, too.

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"Amazing" - by Linda S
Another gripping tale. Grey and the gang are on another gripping adventure. Fabulous fast paced narrative that keeps you turning the pages.

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"The Black Plague in Europe" - by Rogaro (Hungary)
Enjoyable to read about how the plague spread from continent to continent. It gave a good insight into how this was viewed locally and what people thought of it at the time. God save us from such a catastrophe in the future.

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"Plague Inc." - by Sneaky_Mouse
Having played Plague Inc. On a mobile, tablet and console (ps4) I'm very impressed with the way this game has travelled cross platform.
The rules are easy to understand and there is the option for solo play. It's not needed but would throughly recommend the companion app as this has some brilliant features to accompany the board game.

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"Fantastic books for a teen" - by Miffy (UK)
Ordered these for my 12 year old son for Christmas. He's an avid reader and finished them all in under 10 days. He says they're brilliant and loved them. Highly recommended.

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"Excellent Presentation of a Forgotten Gem." - by S. Muzyka (Rugby,Warwickshire,England)
If you were going to compile a DVD of classic horror moments then the so-called "Nightmare Sequence" from this movie would undoubtedly feature. Even if you think the rest of the film is garbage (and I don't, by the way), this scene will stay long in the memory. Discordant music, disorientating atmosphere and a stunningly effective depiction of zombies rising from the grave, its one of the greatest moments in British horror history. The film itself was shot on a ridiculously low budget as part of a four-picture deal that included 'Dracula, Prince Of Darkness' 'Rasputin The Mad Monk' (shot back to back with the same sets and mostly the same actors) and 'The Reptile' (ditto with this film) and its probably the best of the lot. The lead actors, John Carson and Andre Morell, appear to be enjoying themselves immensely and while some of the supporting cast are a ... full review

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"Good to read a dystopian novel which isn't about zombies or militaristic" - by reader
This is a very readable book about the aftermath of a plague. It is very refreshing to read a book on this topic which doesn't become either a zombie horror fantasy or a militaristic thriller with murder and weapons galore. Good detail - my one criticism would be that the character and relationships development is a little simplistic and could have more depth.

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"It's a plague Jim, but not as we know it!" - by Wendy S
There is a downside to the fact that this is a free kindle book.... you will be immediately addicted and compelled to purchase the rest! Having said that all the books in the series are reasonably priced and worth every penny. What I particularly like about this book is the initial idea, it isn't like a plague we've seen before. It's a page turner and the author has great character development and you will truly care what happens. If you're hesitating, press the buy button! You won't be disappointed.

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"Well made rubber mask" - by Marc
i thought it was well made and definitely looked the part for my plague doctor costume on a budget.
it arrived flat packed and bent a little out of shape. but after a day or 2 it regained its shape

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"A great start to a new series with interesting characters." - by Tone the Cone
I really enjoy these Historical Investigative type of book.
A young Lord thrust into duty due to the Plague with his two older brothers dying. A murder which lands in his lap to start with, which he is duty bound to investigate. Great characters, with the mother who could well be played by Maggie Smith if it were to become a movie.
The style and tempo of the book reminds me of the Hugh Singleton Chronicles by Mel Starr, which I also really enjoy.

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"Plague, Fire and War...and pleasure to read!" - by Martin Mostek
Well researched and written outline of that fateful year for London. There are more detailed accounts of Great Fire or Great Plague, of Charles II court or mistresses. Not to mentoin naval, military and other histories of era or biographies of diarists Pepys and Evelyn whom we both meet time ang again in this book. Yet for general reader looking for well crafted glimpse into that particular time and context of those tragedies of Plague and Fire Rebecca Riddeal book offers interesting and lively narrative providing both general framework and choice pieces of trivia or gossip. In a way it is good introduction to dramas of Restoration era, because when you put this very readable bookd finally down, you may very well found yourself browsing your library or bookshop for some others volumes which trasnport you right back to 1660s.

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"Great book year 2 child" - by Gillybilly7
Year 2 children are studying the Plague and The great fire this year in school, both of these books are great in that they are easy for year 2 children to read and understand. My son now can ask questions based on what he has read and has knowledge to take back into the class.