A story about "Dead Midnight (Sharon McCone Mysteries)" — 9 years ago
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Bloody hilarious and laugh out loud funny.
Immensely irritating main character. Only the hope of the comeuppance of this unsympathetic whiner makes me persevere with this book.
Funny and touching book. Author’s slightly superior attitude becomes tiresome on places.
Not as funny as the first one but extremely funny.
Lots of short stand alone pieces, good to dip into.
What I’d classify as a junk food kind of book. Quick read, reasonably entertaining if somewhat cliched.
Big, heavy coffee table type book about the history of rings. Lot’s of pictures and the writing is good. Not as linear chronologically as I might have liked.
So difficult to find books on the design and creative process rather than the techniques, and this book is great.
One of the best books I’ve found for instruction and ideas on jewellery design.
I’m so tired of reluctant, yet stubborn heroines who act on irritating misguided reasoning.