Call it nepotism, call it worthy. But this is one hell of a book. This is the father of Blokely owner, James York, and what a deserved headsup it is, too. Featuring, Colonel Harriman, an ex-SAS legend, who now runs a Private Security company. When an intruder shows up at his home and tries to kill him, he begins to discover he's just one victim amongst a nationwide chain of murders in the UK. But they've f*cked with the wrong man. Scandal, coverups and ensue in this cracking yarn.
Ron Burgundy - Let Me Off at the Top!: My Classy Life and Other Musings - £7.60
What to say about a biography by the fictitious character, nay legend, that is Ron Burgundy. Buy it? Laugh? Ahead of the second instalment of Burgundy, the legend is already continuing. The world's most trusted and beloved television News Anchor, Ron Burgundy, pulls no punches in Let Me Off at the Top! Burgundy tells the tale of his humble beginnings. Worth a read? We'll say...
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Hobbit Extended edition: DVD - £17.00
Yes, that's right, before you see the second of The Hobbit movies, this December, the team at Warner Bros. are being thoughtful enough to offer you an extended cut of the first quite marvellous edition. Remember the days of The Lord Of The Rings extended cuts, this is likely to feature some truly splendid scenes. Out 11th November, get it, put it pride of place on the shelf and pat it with love each day. Check out one of the new amazing featurettes, go to our trailers tab on the homepage…
In the year 2154, two classes of people exist: the very wealthy, who live on a pristine man-made space station called Elysium, and the rest who live in an overpopulated, ruined Earth. This is an action packed sci-fi dystopia and well worth a watch on DVD. Whilst it wasn't quite the masterpiece we expected, there's enough ideas, visuals, firefights and technology, to get your brain pumped and your evening entertained.