- R 615
Ismail C onReviewed by
- R 220
2 Years of use and no problems
Martin B onReviewed by
- R 327
Thin, dense and perfect for gaming and control.
Martin B onReviewed by
- R 615
Prepare to replace your livingroom =P
Ryan M onReviewed by
This game is insanely addicting, you WILL more than once...more than a bazillion times!,
But I guess in a way that's what makes this game fun and challenging, you have to keep your wits about you, and learn from your mistakes. Besides that difficulty being a little bit steep, the game itself is quite a beast!, Gorgeous details on all the levels, beautiful graphics, brutal looking monsters to slay (and be slain by). This will surely keep you busy for quite some time!
If you ever played any of the prior games, you will instantly love this entry, if you are a newcomer...well...PREPARE TO DIE :D
(to end it off, this is a Great Game!, What are you even waiting for, buy it, buy it now!)
- R 869
Decent quality board for a media centre or desktop use.
Martin B onReviewed by
- R 827
Runs really cool, quite, and low power.
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This would be a good choice for someone who really only needs a pc for Office, general browsing, watching video (was able to play blu-ray disk's without an issue), and some basic games.
All in all a cheap alternative for media, average desktop use or as a micro server.
- R 115
Evolve great but not perfect
Nick W onReviewed by
- R 48
- Normal Price
T-Rod onReviewed by
I have been a fan of Guillermo's for a while now, and needless to say I had high hopes for this movie.
I wasn't disappointed.
The casting, set design, wardrobe, etc, were all spot on.
The film might be a bit too long and/or confusing for some after the first viewing, but it gives you another reason to watch it again.
4/5 would watch again.
- R 306
Pierre M onReviewed by
- R 757
Best controller ever made
Samuel V onReviewed by
Even better with windows 10 you just need to plug it in and it works perfectly. No need to install anything extra. This controller is the controller that PC games are made to be compatible with first so if you don't want to jump through to many hoops to get it working with your favorite game this is the controller to choose
- R 898
Very good quality for price
Samuel V onReviewed by
There is quite a bit of space and it is easy enough to install new parts. The leds on the fan look pretty cool but unfortunately cannot be disabled without cutting the wires.
This is a very good case for the price and looks cool.
- R 133
Great movie for all ages.
Graeme S onReviewed by
The plot is about Shaun deciding to take a break from the mundane everyday life, but soon everything goes haywire, which results that he and his gang sets off to the city. There are some really funny moments, especially the restaurant scene.
Just note that there are no proper dialogue in the movie at all, just some grunts and sheep noises, which is part of its charm.
Bottom line, don't miss this movie. Can't wait for a sequel.
- R 256
Drake onReviewed by
This is my first region 1 import. PS3s and my DVD machine are both region-locked, but the computer played them just fine.
Includes a code to download the digital version, but the code is not valid if used in South Africa. It shows an expiration date in the past, but I didn't get an error for that when trying to use the code.
No special features on the discs.
- R 6,499
Great looking console and controller
Luke M onReviewed by
controller now has the 3.5mm audio jack for headphones, it looks great in white.
the ONLY thing to keep an eye out for is remember that being Next Gen console before you even get to see an Xbox Menu you will need to do a console update of at least 2GB. after that it is awesome.
Much prefer this white console to the black one - and with such quick delivery dates from RARU its awesome!
- R 924
NICE, just not PERFECT
Keegan Naidoo onReviewed by
- R 92
Beste Afrikaanse Vermaak
Francois B onReviewed by
- R 1,057
An excellent couple's game for horror fans
Stuart S onReviewed by
- R 83
Best 3D movie EVER
MaxxKoggen onReviewed by
- R 53
Not worth the time
MaxxKoggen onReviewed by
- R 138
An enchanting little novel of hope and apple tarts, mixed with splashes of magic realism.
Tammy F onReviewed by
Sarah Moore Fitzgerald’s The Apple Tart of Hope is one of the most delightful books I’ve read this year. I’ve always been a huge sucker for quirky book titles, so when this one arrived on my desk, I absolutely knew I had to read it.
And what a captivating little read it turned out to be.
With his penchant for baking the world’s most delicious apple tarts, Oscar Dunleavy has always been the kind-hearted, charismatic boy whom everyone loves and adores.
And no one is more aware of this than his younger brother, Stevie and his next door neighbour (who also happens to be his best friend), Meg.
So, when he goes missing and most of the town presumes that he’s dead, the only people who believe otherwise, and are determined to find out what happened to him, are Stevie and Meg.
As days turn into weeks, and Meg starts giving into despair, it’s up to Stevie and a little thing called hope to remind her that in the magical world of apple tarts, there’s always, and I quote from the book jacket, “a crumb left.”
What they’ll come to learn is that things are not always what they seem, that everyone needs someone to believe in them when they’re taking that one extra step, and that friendship, loyalty and love are the very things needed to keep going when everyone else has already given up (It might seem cliché, but clichés are what they are because they’re true).
If you’ve been having a bad year and need a little pick-me-up novel, then the one book you should grab hold of is this one.
Sarah Moore Fitzgerald’s Apple Tart of Hope is an exquisitely written book; one filled with so much beautiful prose and imagery, you’ll find yourself pausing at various intervals to just absorb her words.
To give you an example, I’m including this little quote from the below:
“When you grow up by the sea there's a kind of magic that never leaves you. The shimmery silver of salty mornings stays inside your bones. The rattling of windows on a winter night sharpens your senses. There's always power and deceptiveness in a flat blue sea. I'm a coast-town girl. I know how quickly gentle water can turn into a foaming black mountain.”
Superb, isn’t it?
And if you think the writing is wonderful, just wait until you meet the characters. From Oscar and Meg, to Stevie and Barney, Sarah has created a group of diverse characters who light up the pages of this novel with their radiant personalities.
Meg describes her best friend as someone who is kind of magic. And with his passion for saving people and baking apple tarts that can cure any malaise, it just doesn’t make sense that he would disappear.
So just what caused him to unravel? What would make a boy who has had everything to live for, disappear from the world?
The answer to that question?
A girl named Paloma; wicked, manipulative, nice-to-his-face-but-vicious-towards-him-behind-his-back, Paloma.
I won’t go into too much detail here, but suffice to say that she is probably one of the meanest girls I’ve come across in fiction. The lengths that she goes to in order to destroy a beautiful friendship (bordering on love), is absolutely shocking.
Meg and Oscar have always been close; so much so that she fights against having to go to another country for a few months with her parents. This plays a big role in the events that unfold, because Paloma uses this to her advantage; her systematic methods of breaking Oscar down showcasing the levels of self-loathing contained within her own self.
It’s a true testimony to the author’s writing ability when she creates characters that will leave you feeling discomforted and enraged by their bratty, entitled and vicious behaviour.
You’ll find yourself rooting all the way for Meg though; she’s a lovely and very sweet (without being saccharine) character.
Her friendship with Stevie, Oscar’s younger and wheelchair-bound brother (a big yay for including a disabled character in the novel), is particularly heart-warming and I love how Sarah has written him – as if he’s a person whose disability does not define him.
You often find authors including diverse characters as token roles, but Sarah has infused Stevie with a real, warm and very quirky personality that makes it impossible for you to dislike him.
A huge highlight of the story though is the friendship and budding relationship of Meg and Oscar. It’s obvious that they share a special bond, and even though it’s tested severely throughout the novel, these two prove that a strong relationship can withstand the most malicious storms.
Do yourselves a favour – if you’re looking for a good bookish representation of hope, pick this one up; it will make you feel as if a torch has been lit up in the midst of your own dark circumstances.
- R 139
What would you do if the bubble you’ve lived in all your life, is no longer big enough to contain all that you hope for?
Tammy F onReviewed by
Everything, Everything is a book that has been talked about and celebrated worldwide and it’s easy to see why.
The book ticks all the right boxes in terms of diversity, concept and beautiful writing. And yet, for all the fuss that’s been made about the book, I found myself merely liking it, as opposed to falling madly in love with it the way the rest of my fellow bookish peers have.
Well, someone’s got to be the black sheep amongst the glow-y reviewers. Guess it just so happens to be my turn.
Oh, there was the beginning flutterings that I assume most people feel when they first fall in love, but the more I read the book, the more I realised that sometimes you need more than a suspension of disbelief to be wholly invested in a novel.
That, and the fact that this book has been hyped to the max, has probably not helped its cause. I was promised fireworks; what I got was the mere flickering of a lone sparkle in the dark of the night.
But, having said that, Everything, Everything is not an altogether bad book.
In fact, one of the best aspects of this book is that it has a pretty jaw-dropping plot-twist - one that I totally did NOT see coming. The dialogue is also filled with lots of banter, snark and witty rapport between the characters and the format of the book is an utterly delightful razzmatazz filled with quirky asides that will appeal to bibliophilic nerds at heart.
It’s cute, quirky and adorable and threads together themes of loss and love, abandonment and discovery. In short, it’s a book that will appeal to many and one that has already gained a massive fan base.
So, just what is Everything, Everything about?
Well, imagine if you suffered from a disease that affected your immune system so badly that even walking outside could potentially kill you. And imagine if you had to spend all of your days observing the world from a contained room, in a sterile house with just you, your mother and your designated nurse.
This is essentially the sum of Maddy’s life.
When the new neighbours move in, Maddy can’t help but be intrigued with the boy next door and his family. And Olly, well, Olly can’t help but be intrigued with the girl who never goes outside. So what do two youngsters, each with their own family intrigues, do to communicate?
Cue IM messages, e-mails, window screen messages and soon you have a budding and epic romance in the making.
Here’s my thing though: I get that young love is supposed to be this impetuous, heady and tempestuous wave of unending romantic feelings, but I, as much as I liked the characters, just simply wasn’t on board with the way this romance played out.
To me it felt the intensity of the emotions experienced were at odds with the time frame in which the two of them got to know each other. I’m not dismissing the fact that teens fall passionately in love at all – quite the opposite, really – but in this instance, I felt like the execution of the romance was a little too over the top to be sincere.
The actions of Maddy towards the middle and end of the book in a specific situation (being vague, sorry) only cemented this fact for me.
While I certainly liked Olly and Maddy, I didn’t particularly LOVE them or find them very memorable. There’s nothing about them that really stood out for me, and I guess, for me, well, Maddy could have just has well fallen in love with some random dude as much as anyone else.
And that, in essence is the whole problem that I had with this book. I know plenty of people who absolutely adored this book (and I’m really happy they love it in a way that I couldn’t), but the major points in this book was just something I couldn’t ignore, thus downgrading the book from a love, to a mere like.
However, don’t let my cynicism put you off. Perhaps I’m too jaded to appreciate the love story of this (I do wish there was more focus on the medical aspects of her illness, although I also kind of understand why it was so vague), but hopefully you’ll have more luck with this book than I did.
- R 1,987
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