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As with all Ian Mcewan books I found this one impossible to put down. Entertaining and enlightening throughout, the lead character is both detestable and charismatic. Definitely worth a read.
The xx - CD
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this is the kind of album you can listen to again and again. An album of brilliant music, and a band well worthy of the mercury prize this year. If you like the editors you'll love this.
The Lost Symbol
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great book. classic dan brown. read it in 5 days. addicted!!
Three Colours Blue
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Im sorry but dullsville is an utter twazzock! This film is an absolute classic and would indeed be appreciated by anyone with half a brain and an eye for great film making. The subtleties of comedy are brilliant. This is one of the best dark comedies of the 21st century! Ignore dullsville and DO IT!!!
Life of Pi
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Thouroughly enjoyed this book. If your lookin for a book you can't put down then buy Life of Pi. I was only sad it ended so soon, I suppose thats what happens when you read it flat out for two days!!
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Having read several other McEwan novels and being under the opinion that he is one of the great Novelists of his generation there is a danger that I may be bias in my review, however, as I am not only a fan of McEwan but other novelist, I shall keep in retrospect his achievemnet in Saturday when comparing to the likes of my Tan or Mitch Albom, two other authors who are more than deserving of a mention.So, Saturday, 2001, the 9/11 bombings are still fresh in the mind of the entire world and the taliban mind games reach as far as to the London public, this including the central character who is a renound brain surgeon and family man. The afformentioned is on his way to a meeting when a car crashes into his. Brilliant stuff................ I tells yee, and in the words of Noel fielding - Genius!