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Helpful votes received on reviews: 85% (130 of 153)

 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 245 - Total Helpful Votes: 130 of 153
MoKo Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 Case - Ultra Slim Li&hellip by MoKo
This case was perfect for my purpose and the cost was excellent. The whole reason I got the tablet was to watch video while on the machines at the gym, and this case is perfect for that. It is very slim and adds almost no bulk to the tablet, which allows it to sit on the book rest on a treadmill or elliptical perfectly. It keeps my tablet from getting banged up in my gym bag, the tablet is secure in it (not even close to falling out) and as an added bonus, the cover turning into a stand is a nice little feature. Took me a while to figure out the exact positioning of the stand to make sure it didn't collapse on me, but once I got it, it works very well.

Highly recommended.
Chicago Fire: Season One <b>DVD</b> ~ Jesse Spencer
Chicago Fire: Season One DVD ~ Jesse Spencer
This is a fantastic show. It's got the right mix of realism to give the show an authentic feel and character drama to give it plot and make you care about the characters. The cast is excellent and the stories are gripping. It's pretty intense, but has been able to maintain that intensity while avoiding becoming too much of a soap opera. Another reviewer compared it to Flashpoint in that sense, and that is a very accurate comparison because it successfully portrays the job and the lives of the people doing the job.

I watched this show on its first run through on TV and was hooked. I just purchased the DVD and am re-watching the season from the beginning and am enjoying it even… Read more
The Unexpected Wife by Emily Hendrickson
The Unexpected Wife by Emily Hendrickson
This book was just okay, but in order to get any entertainment value out of it you really have to be able to ignore the incredibly implausible plot; the premise is actually very silly, but there are some decent moments between hero and heroine that make it at least readable for the most part.

Summary: Heroine Juliet runs away from home with no means of supporting herself and nowhere to live rather than marry a disreputable man. She comes across a remote house in the country, overhears a passing comment about how the lord of the manor never goes there, and decides she's going to pretend to be his wife. So she just moves into his house and takes over. Meanwhile, the real lord of… Read more

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