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180s for Show and Doubles for Dough!

Advantages: Very funny
Disadvantages: Few

Why is it that you never see attractive people in a chip shop? The next time you go in I bet you don't see anyone remotely appealing, apart from that sexy young couple in bed in the advert up on the wall enjoying the 'Pukka Pies', of course. There's crump ...

thedevilinme 27.10.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Bellies and Bullseyes - Sid Waddell

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A Book That Puts Things Into Perspective...

Advantages: Revealing and touching.
Disadvantages: Some parts of it read like a campaign speech for stem cell research.

I do not usually read biographies but I was recently told to do so by a friend who suggested it might inspire me. When I went to my local library I had no clue about whose life I might like to read about until I saw this Michael J. Fox book on the shelf. ...

justarube 12.08.2015 · Read full review
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Review of Always Looking Up - Michael J. Fox

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Never one to let life get him down

Advantages: Heart moving
Disadvantages: None

This is the 2nd autobiography of Michael J Fox. The first book was called "Lucky Man". I also reviewed that too in 2009. At the end of my last review, I said I was looking forward to this sequel and I wasnt disappointed. The book was so popular at my loc ...

rufusredcoat 06.04.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Always Looking Up - Michael J. Fox

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Home: Where the heart is?

Advantages: original, well-written
Disadvantages: Subject matter may not have a wide appeal, bit disjointed in parts

Julie Myerson is a novelist living in Clapham, South London. Whilst researching for one of her books set in Victorian London she came across the home, she and her partner and three children were living in, listed on a census and started on a remarkable l ...

Essexgirl2006 25.02.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Home - Julie Myerson

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