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Voltman DIO041030 Prise programmable digitale hebdomadaire
Voltman DIO041030 Prise programmable digitale hebdomadaire
Prix : EUR 9,68

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Très bien, 14 mars 2016
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Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : Voltman DIO041030 Prise programmable digitale hebdomadaire (Outils et accessoires)
Lisez soigneusement le mode d'emploi pour apprendre la programmation.
Fonctionne très bien.Très pratique.
Malheureusement, l'écran est minuscule, chaussez vos lunettes.


The Man Who Would Be King (English Edition)
The Man Who Would Be King (English Edition)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the most powerful fiction I ever read., 15 février 2016
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Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : The Man Who Would Be King (English Edition) (Format Kindle)
In this short novel, Kipling demonstrates his imaginative and artful writing.
In the nineteenth century India, on a train journey through the Native States, the story teller, a British newspaper correspondant met a pennyless co-citizen and agreed to deliver a one sentence oral message to a friend of this man who he was to meet in a train station and to recognize because of his red beard.
Back to his routine life, the story teller was visited one night by these two adventurers, Daniel, the red bearded, and his friend Peachey. They needed to study maps and books to realize a secret and amazing project: to become kings of Kafiristan, a secret and remoted country, beyond Afganistan. They had written a contract setting up that until they will be kings of Kafiristan they “will stay by one another and will not look any Liquor nor any Woman”.
The story teller saw them depart, Daniel disguised as a mad priest and Peachey as his servant, leading camels loaded with riffles hidden under mud made toys.
Three years later, the story teller hardly recognized a miserable and half mad beggar as Peachey. Peachey wanted the story teller to know the end of their adventure because he was the only one aware of their amazing project.
At first they had been very successful: they had found Kafiristan, a country of high mountains and deep valleys where the natives were fair haired, the women beautiful. They were heathens, living in villages fighting each other with bows and arrows. Owing to their military knowledge Daniel and Peachey were able to create victorious armies and to become successfully crowned Kings. Daniel discovered that the priests in Kafiristan had, in an inexplicable way, some knowledge of Freemasonry. As Daniel was an initiated Master he was soon considered a God by the priests and the natives.
Then, Daniel lost his mind. He wanted to handle his crown to Queen Victoria and more over he wanted a native wife to be his Queen. Because native women believed that marrying a God would conduct them to death they were more than reluctant. On the wedding ceremony, Daniel wanted to kiss the bride but she bit him down to blood. Seeing the blood, the priests declared that he was “neither God nor Devil but a Man”. The natives revolted, Daniel was taken and died, thrown down in a deep ravine. Peachey was crucified with wooden pegs and chased out of Kafiristan.
At the end of the book and before dying, Peachey, to prove the truth of his account and that he never parted from his friend, showed to the story teller Daniel’s crowned head he was carrying in a bag.
I like this book because it is a wonderful story about adventure, faithful friendship and maybe human wisdom.


The Man Who Knew Too Much (Annotated) (English Edition)
The Man Who Knew Too Much (Annotated) (English Edition)
Prix : EUR 2,63

2.0 étoiles sur 5 A very depressing book: guilty members of her Majesty Government go on unpunished., 5 avril 2015
Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : The Man Who Knew Too Much (Annotated) (English Edition) (Format Kindle)
Heavily stamped by the years when it was written! All the book is very dull. It is xenophobic, antisemitic and very boring.
Except to study the 1930's, do not waste your time on this book, you will become depressed.


Depressive Illness
Depressive Illness

5.0 étoiles sur 5 Realy excellent!, 4 juillet 2014
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Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : Depressive Illness (Format Kindle)
This is a very good book, on a difficult subject :Depression.
The book is short and very well written. The author makes difficult concepts easy to understand. The symptoms of depression are carefully described, as well as the patient's feelings during his recovery. The different treatments are fairly explained. Readind this book will be useful to patients and to medical general practitioners.
And, to quote the author, it will be useful to read it "several times".


Readerotica 50 - A Compilation of 50 Erotic Stories for Your Pleasure (English Edition)
Readerotica 50 - A Compilation of 50 Erotic Stories for Your Pleasure (English Edition)
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Readerotica, 16 mai 2014
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These short novels are effective and eroticaly correct ! Have fun, but use with moderation! The book is sponsorised by a sex-toys seller.


Marius' Mules: Prelude to War (English Edition)
Marius' Mules: Prelude to War (English Edition)
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not very interesting., 13 avril 2014
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Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : Marius' Mules: Prelude to War (English Edition) (Format Kindle)
Short, only fights between Romans and French tribes, before France was France.
It takes place where I live and I do not recognize the landscapes neither what i was taught when i was in school.
Anyway, it is a fiction, but not so good.


Twelve Years a Slave (English Edition)
Twelve Years a Slave (English Edition)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Really wonderful., 13 avril 2014
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Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : Twelve Years a Slave (English Edition) (Format Kindle)
The best testimony on slavery i read since "Roots" !
You can feel how true it is.
Every body should read this book.


The Ultimate Sniper: An Advanced Training Manual for Military and Police Snipers
The Ultimate Sniper: An Advanced Training Manual for Military and Police Snipers
par John L. Plaster
Edition : Broché

5.0 étoiles sur 5 an excellent book., 2 octobre 2013
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A big book, comprehensive and detailed. All you ever wanted to know is inside. Many pictures, illustrations and useful tables.


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