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Triumph: The Power and the Glory of the Catholic Church
Triumph: The Power and the Glory of the Catholic Church
by H.W. Crocker III
Edition: Paperback
Price: $15.44
125 used & new from $0.01

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Chonology of papal Succession, March 9, 2008
I have been looking for a book that would place the Papal succession in sync with world events, well, I largely found what I'd been looking for. "triumph: the Power and the glory of the Roman Catholic Church" gives an awesome insite of what the various Popes had to endure to be leaders of the Christian and later the Roman Catholic faith. Having read this book it seems a miracle in it self that Christ's church has been so vibrant throughout all the wars onslaughts etc. etc.


Small Bungalows
Small Bungalows
by Christian Gladu
Edition: Hardcover
52 used & new from $0.01

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Expected a little more, December 23, 2007
This review is from: Small Bungalows (Hardcover)
I believe the value (value for money) to be good. I got some very neat ideas for the house we will be building from this very book. The setup of the book is high quality and the photography is awesome, the lay-out is clear and an easy read. I also need to state that some of the material has absolutely nothing to do with bungalow style interiors A (Kelly green computer room with sixty-ish style blue purple figures?)


Fine Woodworking Design Book Seven: 360 Photographs of the Best Work in Wood (Bk. 7)
Fine Woodworking Design Book Seven: 360 Photographs of the Best Work in Wood (Bk. 7)
by Jim Chiavelli
Edition: Paperback
58 used & new from $0.49

4.0 out of 5 stars Ideas, May 12, 2007
As a woodworker it is always good to see what some of the leading edge furniture designers and builders make. Some are conservative, to see how the profession has reached it's height throughout furniture building history, others are way out there trying out the new possibilities, all awesome work! It truly is fascinating what these books inspire in furniture designer/builders and interior designers. The photography, in most cases is truly spectacular and very detailed there where it is supposed to be detailed. The only, slightly negative, comment I have is that information is cheap at best. Don't expect any information of why a piece was designed / built the way it was, or some of the woodworking difficulties that were overcome in building a particular piece. I am sure that there would be some very interesting captions and explanations to be written about the furniture and other items displayed in this, otherwise, wonderful coffee table book.


Fine Wood working Design Book Six: 266 Photographs of the Best Work in Wood
Fine Wood working Design Book Six: 266 Photographs of the Best Work in Wood
by Scott Landis
Edition: Paperback
46 used & new from $1.87

4.0 out of 5 stars Ideas, May 12, 2007
As a woodworker it is always good to see what some of the leading edge furniture designers and builders make. Some are conservative, to see how the profession has reached it's height throughout furniture building history, others are way out there trying out the new possibilities, all awesome work! It truly is fascinating what these books inspire in furniture designer/builders and interior designers. The photography, in most cases is truly spectacular and very detailed there where it is supposed to be detailed. The only, slightly negative, comment I have is that information is cheap at best. Don't expect any information of why a piece was designed / built the way it was, or some of the woodworking difficulties that were overcome in building a particular piece. I am sure that there would be some very interesting captions and explanations to be written about the furniture and other items displayed in this, otherwise, wonderful coffee table book.


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