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Complete Aquarium
Complete Aquarium
by Peter W. Scott
Edition: Paperback
126 used & new from $0.01

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The complete Aquarium, January 4, 1998
This review is from: Complete Aquarium (Paperback)
This book easily deserves a 10. The book shows the detailed setup of 10 fresh water , 3 brackish (my favorite) , and 3 marine. Plus Setting up an aquarium , feeeding breeding, healthcare , water management\chemistry, and an introduction to the hobby. Because this book shows a detailed description of how to make every type of tank possible from the very simpleist to some of the most difficult it is truly great for begginer and expert alike. I bought this book when I was 10 or 11 years old and had a small 10 gallon community tank. Now I am 15 and am capable enough to setup the brackish water tank I have been dreaming of . This book has been able to keep me interested enough that I must have read it 6 or 7 times. If you are just starting out this is a great step by step on setting up your first tank. If you are an expert and are looking for plans of a more difficult set this is also for you.

Giger's Alien
Giger's Alien
by H. R. Giger
Edition: Hardcover
20 used & new from $49.99

44 of 45 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Alien, December 4, 1997
This review is from: Giger's Alien (Hardcover)
Readers will be pleased with this book if they are interested with the design of the Alien film not so much the theme of the film or Giger's art. The book is set up in pseudo biographical form that records the chain of events that led up to the production of the Alien film, through the eyes of Giger. While it does contain many of Giger's paintings they are not the center of the book rather than a means of describing film design and offering a contrast between Giger's vision and the outcome of the film. C.J.

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