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Description Brilliantly observed as always, family, teachers, pupils and the dreaded school inspector all leap to life in this wonderfully warm and witty, brand new, poetry collection from bestseller Gervase Phin... more

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Description One of the most inventive and charming retellings of the Arthurian legend, this is the final part of "The Once and Future King". In these last two books, the ageing king faces the greatest challenge o... more

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Review of Tales of Us - Goldfrapp

Good

“Tales of Boredom”

published 22/09/2013

Some good tracks

Some very poor tracks

...My boyfriend is a big fan of Goldfrapp so we've had their new album, Tales of Us, since the day it was released last month after he preordered it. I'm not a fan but have always found the female vocalist to have voice that interests me and even if I don't like a song I can always carry on listening because of her way of singing, I didn't know anything about Tales of Us until I started listening...

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Review of Tales Of The Unexpected - The Complete Series (DVD)

Super

Unique - not many crime anthologies without dominant sci-fi/fantasy elements.

Sound/Picture quality dated but adequate, no extras.

...and emotions it covers? ?Very realistic and that?s the scary problem!? That?s how in very limited typspace I?d describe Tales from the Unexpected (1979-1988) ? a collection of short stories in crime, mystery and horror ? not noir gothic, b-movie or stomach churning ?make sure you don?t eat first? horror but a spine tingling, realistic, everyday ?it could be you or someone you know? horror. There...

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Review of The Tale Of Despereaux (DVD)

Not for me

Daughter is mesmerised by it

Confusing storyline which suddenly changes every so often

...The Tale Of Despereaux starts by showing us a rat, Roscuro, who is on a ship destined for the place Don. It?s annual soup day in Don and everyone gathers around the castle waiting to hear what the soup is going to be, Roscuro wants to venture closer to the amazing smell and ends up falling into the queens soup, cue the queen fainting into her bowl and drowning in the soup. Roscuro is wanted...

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