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reviewed Samsung BD-P1600 1080p Blu-ray Disc P.... June 14, 2010
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Samsung BD-P1600 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player
I got this unit to replace an aging DVD player, relieve some stress from my PS3 and replace an older Netflix streaming video player. The price point for this unit makes it affordable to anyone wanting …
The Moses Expedition: A Novel [Hardcover]
The Moses Expedition has peaked my interest since it was announced, so I was happy to get the chance to read it early. While the story is interesting and has some action, it falls short of what I had …
reviewed The Passage. June 11, 2010
The Passage
The Passage is the first book in a trilogy from Justin Cronin and details an amazing journey, not just of the characters in the book, but the journey of humanity in general. The Passage is post-apocalyptic …
Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Granada Television
I first saw an episode from the Granada Television Series a few years ago. I decided to DVR every episode and found myself amazed at just how well the series was done. So, I waited a long time to finally …
The Rite: The Making of a Modern Exorcist
I wasn't sure what to expect from The Rite, and found it refreshing that the book was not full of 'Hollywood' style descriptions and embellishments. We follow the journey of Father Gary as he trains to …
Dust and Shadow: An Account of the Ripper Killings
As a big fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was not sure how the author would come across in style and prose. Lyndsay Faye has done an outstanding job with the story, and if I didn't know better, I might think …
Safe at Home: Confessions of a Baseball Fanatic
If you love either Alyssa Milano or Baseball, you will enjoy reading this interesting view of baseball and the role it has played in her life. As a boy a few years younger than Alyssa, I watched her on …
The Strain: Book One of The Strain Trilogy
I found The Strain to be a decent vampire story. The authors present the story in a CSI style of detective work that teams up with a Van Helsing type of hunter. The Strain was a decent read, nothing earth …
reviewed Vipre Antivirus+Antispy Home License. June 01, 2010
Vipre Antivirus+Antispy Home License
Although I had never heard of the product, I was looking forward to running it because I have been getting tired of my McAfee not allowing me to mark certain files as safe. I was happy to see that VIPRE …
reviewed The Birthing House. June 01, 2010
The Birthing House
The Birthing House starts really well. After the first few chapters, I was really into the whole story and thinking to myself how great it will be to read something that's a bit different from a new and …
Women Are Crazy, Men Are Stupid: The Simple Truth
I admit, I did not have super high hopes for this book, but I did expect it to be somewhat entertaining if not at least a tad enlightening. Unfortunately, it fails on both counts. It does have a few funny …
reviewed Sanctuary: The Complete First Season. June 01, 2010
Sanctuary: The Complete First Season
I recently watched this entire series, and although the first few episodes start slow, the series is fantastic. The writers have created a show that combines science fiction with mild horror and amazing …
reviewed Notes Left Behind. June 01, 2010
Notes Left Behind
This book is one of a few that will really grab you by the heart and take you on an emotional journey. The story of 5 year old Elena Desserich is both devastating and touching. We are reminded through …
reviewed LG Xenon GR500 Phone, Black. June 01, 2010
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LG Xenon GR500 Phone, Black
I bought the Xenon to replace a Samsung Propel. I wanted a phone that would be easier to text with. The propel had a qwerty keyboard, but the keys were a bit small. The Xenon came along and grabbed my …
LG : DLE1310W 27in Super Capacity Electric Dryer
I purchased this dryer along with the matching washer model WM2010CW from Home Depot for around $600 each. After moving I needed a new washer and dryer and decided to go with a newer set to save on energy …
reviewed Acer Aspire One AOA150-1126 8.9-Inch .... June 01, 2010
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Acer Aspire One AOA150-1126 8.9-Inch Netbook -
I got the Acer Netbook primarily so I wouldn't have to carry around my large laptop when all I needed to do was check my email or browse the Internet. I didn't really expect much considering the size …
reviewed Audrey's Door. June 01, 2010
Audrey's Door
Audrey's Door takes place mostly in the Breviary, a building with a past and not so bright future. Audrey is a complicated woman with a ton of character flaws which make the story more interesting. The …
The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind
William Kamkwamba tells his story of growing up as a young boy in Malawi, Africa. The first part of the book gives plenty of background on what childhood is like in this part of the World. In a culture …
reviewed AutoCAD LT 2010. June 01, 2010
AutoCAD LT 2010
Although the new AutoCAD LT 2010 may not offer everything its big brother does, it's a great choice if you only need to do 2D drawings.       +DWG is the most commonly used design …
reviewed The Complete Thin Man Collection. May 27, 2010
The Complete Thin Man Collection
I have only recently become a fan of The Thin Man movies, and after watching the first I was looking forward to watching them all.    This DVD set was perfect for me because I wanted to get …
Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates
This is the first I have read of Daniel Pink, and from what others have said, Drive may not represent his best work.    While I was very interested in his theories about what truly motivates …
The Bricklayer: A Novel
The Bricklayer is the outstanding debut novel of Noah Boyd. Steve Vail aka the Bricklayer is a former FBI agent, who had a problem with bureaucracy and chose to be fired than let a cop killer go free. …
reviewed The Book of Spies. May 27, 2010
The Book of Spies
I have never read anything from Gayle Lynds, but the blurb sounded interesting, so I took a chance. While it's been touted as Da Vinci Code meets Bourne Identity, I can't say that I completely agree. …
Lies the Government Told You: Myth, Power, and
Judge Andrew Napolitano has put into writing what many of us have long suspected...our government has been lying to use for years about almost everything it has ever done. If you think our government …
The Invisible Gorilla: And Other Ways Our Intuitions Deceive Us
I found The Invisible Gorilla to be a fascinating read. It's not only fun to learn about how and why our brains do certain things, but it's even better when you realize that you too could have been an …
Cyber War: The Next Threat to National Security
As a former Information Technology (IT) guy, I found Cyber War to be quite interesting. While I usually dislike the term "Cyber", I guess it's the best way to describe the topic so the majority …
Blind Descent: The Quest to Discover the Deepest
I wasn't sure when I first picked up Blind Descent that I would like it. I mean honestly, how good can a book about caving be when you can't actually see the cave itself? After two days of forcing myself …
The Money Answer Book
Dave Ramsey has become a household name when it comes to personal finance. The Money Answer Book is rather short and small, but it does provide excellent advice and tips. The book could easily be read …
reviewed Hitch-22: A Memoir. May 27, 2010
Hitch-22: A Memoir
Hitch-22 is absolutely fascinating and although at times gets bogged down in name dropping and side tracked with footnotes, you will learn a lot about the man himself. I found it interesting to learn …
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