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Description After losing their son grieving parents stumble upon a network of 'people' that collect souls of the deceased preparing them for their journey out of Purgatory. The journey that will last a lifetime f... more

Description Overall condition is very good. Dust jacket intact and clean. Not price clipped. Hardcover in very good condition. Tidy copy. It's every parent's worst nightmare... Stephanie Harker is travelling thro... more

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“To the point”

published 02/05/2014

Very sharp, stainless steel, strong and good quality


...£2.50 from Ebay and just over £4 from Amazon and other online websites. These pointed tweezers are made of stainless steel and not cast steel where as a lot of other tweezers are made from cast steel and are not as durable and hard wearing. You can immerse these into boiling water if you need to sterilise them and I have seen Opal tweezers being used at my local nail bar so they are used by...

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“Point and pull”

published 07/10/2013

Nice point, work really well


...could be. I absolutely love the point on these tweezers as it comes to a really sharp point, a lot smaller and thinner than most other tweezers I have found. It is really quite sharp so you do need to be a bit careful when you are poking them around your eye and I have caused a few red spots under my eyebrows a few times by being a bit of zealous but I don't think they are too sharp or dangerous in...

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A fascinating place where Geology was born

Not much to see really... just a lot to imagine

..., pressure and erosion. Hutton?s observations came in handy when he invested in canal building and offered practical building advice to the project. The culmination of Hutton?s rock observations came when he spotted a number of sites which proved that younger rock overlaid much older rock. In 1788, he went out to sea on the Berwickshire Coast with a couple of scientist friends and pointed out the rock...

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