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Reviewer:
thewetdogproject
Reviews:
0
Votes:
7 (71% helpful)

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  1.  Very Informative

    Posted: 

    This is a nicely treated book with an abundance of historical fact with great evidence. It is well written and easy to read. I would recommend a note pad next to the book for those without photographic memories as there are a lot of names and a lot of dates to refer back to but the information is very well put together.
    The illustrations are very clear & well printed with clear reference to the text. If you're interested in the Maya, This book is one of the best.

  2.  A Great and Gripping Read

    Posted: 

    First of all, there is no sign of Will.
    Instead you get a book written in the 50's set in the 70's without any product placement. The book is really world weary attitude to the vampire problem that has hit post-apocalyptic America.
    It is a great read with lot's of little twists and terms with the end of the book blowing you away.
    I'd highly recommend for a not too scary easy read. Even at bed time : )

  3.  Genius

    Posted: 

    This book is so well written, even the pope himself would have difficulty trying to argue with Mr Hitchens.
    If you've come as far as this, just buy it.

  4.  A great little buy!

    Posted: 

    Quickly delivered (3 days) & a great piece of equipment.
    Hours of fun for you (but not for the mrs who gets tired of it after hearing Beat It by Michael Jackson for the 30th time).
    Very much recommended.
    PS You can do the intro from The Osmonds Crazy Horses just by using the pitch changer on the bottom. Thats worth the price alone!!

  5.  Long & Winding Road

    Posted: 

    This is really a great book when you get into it. It took me 2 attempts, but when I got into the books, the characters really came alive & you felt for each & every one of them as Keroac describes these mostly beaten up & down on their luck people.
    A lively & entertaining read. Should take around 9 or 10 hours.