Hossegor, France - Nov. 2010
Votes utiles reçus relativement à des chroniques: 90% (73 de 81)
Lieu: London, UK
Jour de naissance: 3 février
Avec mes propres mots:
I am an Anglo/American who has lived in France for more than 35 years.
Have moved to London, England, temporarily to care for an aged relation. I am vegetarian and am against the use of animal fur (there are so many great substitutes!). I worked for some years for the n°1 worldwide yacht charterers and retired from being secretary to the French Haflinger Association - yachts to horses!
Une Anglo/… Lire la suite

Intérêts :
Famille/amis, animaux, jardin, livres, tricot, généalogie, internet etc. et pas forcement dans cet ordre.

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Classement des meilleurs critiques: 34 773 - Total des votes Utile : 73 sur 81
Vans Tory, Baskets mode fille - Rose (Butterfly Be&hellip Vans
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Baskets de rêve!, 14 juillet 2012
Ma petite-fille est ravie! Les couleurs, même les trous de lacets, sont joliment variées. Les paillettes sont de quoi sont fait des rêves.
En étant plus terre à terre, ils sont bien fabriqués.
Void Star de J.P. Yager
Void Star de J.P. Yager
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stars all round!, 9 avril 2012
A sci-fi fan, I believe I have read enough Asimov, Clarke, McCaffrey, Simak and others (the list is long) that I have a pretty good idea what holds together story-wise.
J.P. Yager has created the universal evil versus good story but with such clarity that one is drawn in from the start. His attention to detail, whether it be weaponry, flight manoeuvres or alien worlds is stated with such assurance that we have to believe.
It is rare that I give 5 stars but I feel that in this instance, they are merited.
The Immortal Highlander de Karen Marie Moning
The Immortal Highlander de Karen Marie Moning
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointed..., 26 décembre 2011
The story was a let-down after 'Kiss of the Highlander' and 'The Dark Highlander', which I thoroughly enjoyed (each in two goes!).
More than the first third of this book dragged. Unlike the first two, I was easily distracted and put it down only to pick it up a couple of days later. I wasn't interested in knowing the clothes Adam was wearing had been stolen from Saks, worn once and then discarded. It was nice of him to prepare meals (several described) for Gaby in an attempt to seduce her gradually but the gradually took forever. The talk about the Faes and Sidhe-seer was discussed too many times. There was unnecessary padding which added nothing to the story. If I had read this book… Lire la suite