I came back to Amazon to see if the Princeton Review was still going because now my boy is in 10th grade and he's going to have to face this SAT thing. I myself used this exact same book, Cracking The SAT, some 30 years ago. It really helped me then, and I can see, from it's sales volume on Amazon and reviewer references to the strategies, that it has completely stood the test of time. HERE'S THE THING: Most of you don't need much if any review of the actual subjects, yeah, the overall English or Math. In fact you most likely, and rightly, think that you mastered those pretty well along the way, got A's and B's on the tests, etc., right? In fact it's precisely because you… Read more
I haven't reviewed anything in a long time, no time to, but this is truly exciting. This is a re-recording, in 2011, of an album by Girlschool, Hit and Run, that they originally put out in 1981--one of the peak years of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, which is exactly what this music is. So there are a few things that it isn't. Not to say anything against other genres, but just to clarify: this is not thrash, or speed metal. There's nothing here that's like what you'd find on a Metallica or say Slayer album. It's definitely not grunge. And most of all, it's nothing like most of the heavy metal put out by bands some of whom were big and truly great back in the day but seem to have… Read more
It's definitely cutting edge as far as slicers go. I just bought the Hutzler 571. I've got my ear to the ground for a prototype of the 572. Depending on any developments there, I may go with this or I may go with the Hutzler 572 if they do come out it.