Cee Ess

Top Reviewer Ranking: 517
Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (21 of 23)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 517 - Total Helpful Votes: 21 of 23
Paranoia by Joseph Finder
Paranoia by Joseph Finder
This was an enjoyable read for me mainly because I've work in a large corporation and could relate it to the culture aspect that was depicted. Finder adequately captured cube farm monotony and IT culture, which I find fascinating.

At times it seemed like the notion of paranoia was being forced into the main character. That could have been build up a bit more in the beginning to convince reader's that this was an organic character trait of Adam's.

Some of the reviews I read commented negatively on the misuse of grammar and the ending. Those weren't issues for me. Adam spoke exactly in the way that someone his age would, and grammar wouldn't necessarily factor into that… Read more
2014 Weather Trivia Calendar: The Original All-Can&hellip by David Phillips
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Makes a great gift, Oct. 30 2013
I purchase this every year for a gift and the recipient looks forward to it. It's factual and it's Canadian.
Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella
Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella
Immaturity is one thing, stupidity is another. This character can't tell the difference and gives the reader a full dose of both. At least Bridget Jones had some dignity and charm. This lead character tries to, but doesn't. She should have to learn the hard way based on her shallow character, but doesn't. To be handed good things in the end seems like an insult to everyone else. Kinsella's non-shopaholic book "Twenties Girl" is a world away from this one and actually worth the read. Shopaholic is clearly annoying (even for a light read) with small fractions of humour. It should come with a bottle to help you get through it.