Reviews by andrewjmac
A great book
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This book is about many things, but primarily being a teenager in Australia and xenophobia. It's not a huge story, but the characters that are in it are extraordinarily well fleshed out and it sucks you into a world, the very specific place of Bolton. The immigrants are blue aliens, but it is clear that this is in no way a science fiction story, it is a story about a very real Australia with very real societal problems.

And it is beautifully drawn. Grant has such a strong personal style and strong grasp of comic page layout that it is difficult to believe this is his first book. Worth looking at just to see how he blends past and present, dream and reality, freshness and decay all in one comics page.
Great last album/sign of things to come
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This album is one of their best, with great songs throughout. The last half of the album is a set of short songs woven together in a fantastic medley. It points to work Paul McCartney would later continue on great albums like Band on the Run. A must for any collection, and more worth it for the songs you don't know than that ones you do.
Great Remasters
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The remasters of these Beatles albums are excellently done, shedding new light on music you've been hearing your whole life. You can hear the basslines! And they're really good! Also, it's the Beatles, one of the core groups of rock music, and for a reason. Everyone should check this out and take a listen.
Great Remasters
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The remasters of these Beatles albums are excellently done, shedding new light on music you've been hearing your whole life. You can hear the basslines! And they're really good! Also, it's the Beatles, one of the core groups of rock music, and for a reason. Everyone should check this out and take a listen.
Great
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Maybe our son's first favorite book, it remained a mainstay for months and now still gets pulled out to read again. Little Pookie is always fun, even when he is sad!