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Top Reviewer Ranking: 9,579
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (4 of 4)
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 9,579 - Total Helpful Votes: 4 of 4
Targus TCG650 CityGear Chicago Backpack Case for 1&hellip by Targus
After a really heavy rain test, the inside was a bit damp. If the fabric was tighter and more rain proof, I would have give it certainly between 4 and 5 stars. It was delivered before schedule. One thing that I like is that this is the first bag that really stays on my shoulders. I mean the shoulder stapes really stay on my shoulders, they don't slip down like the other bags I used to have. I would like the strap that secure the laptop compartment to be more adjustable. Otherwise I like this bag.
Black Leather Folio Flip Case / Pouch with Belt Cl&hellip by Design & Motion
Ok, the good things first: it arrived before schedule, it was well packed; and it looks like it is made in good leather, and it does look nice.

Now for the bad. It comes with a screen protector (anti glare) that is totally useless: it does not stick to the screen and there is no way to make it stay onscreen. I use my iPod extensively. That means many, many times during the days and evenings. The clamp of this flip case is so tight that I had to force it to be enough loose so that I don't have to struggle every single time I want to use my iPod. If I were the manufacturers of this object, I would definitely replace the clamp with one that opens easily. Also, the magnetic closure… Read more
Lord of the World by Robert Hugh Benson
Lord of the World by Robert Hugh Benson
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is a thrilling novel on the end of times combat, between Man who divinizes himself, and men who adore Jesus-Christ as the Son of God. A combat between the Catholic Church, held by Jesus-Christ, and the World, held by the so seducing Anti-Christ.

I became aware of that book when I saw on the web that this was one of Pope Francis favourite books, one that he likes to cite, written by an Anglican who converted to catholicism about a century ago. And since this was a free Kindle book I thought it would be interesting to get and read.

This book admirably depicts the ascent to power of the Freemasonry ideal world, along with its incarnation. And how it twists ideas to… Read more

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