reviewer wrote

"Turn Archer sideways, and he disappears," one reviewer wrote.

One reviewer wrote: "Grade: A, a version both timely and timeless."

The AllMusic reviewer wrote that it was one of Cables' best recordings.

reviewer noted

The reviewer noted that the game has a "bit of an image problem", which he called a shame.

The "Billboard" reviewer noted her shining performances on the songs "Telephone" and "Stop Slow Down".

The reviewer noted, "Everything here seems to have been randomly pulled out of the grab bag of RPG cliches."

book reviewer

Between 1978 and 1992, she was book reviewer for the "Kansas City Star".

Throughout his life Orwell continually supported himself as a book reviewer.

Moore eventually went on to become a highly influential children's book reviewer.

reviewer described

One reviewer described it as a "belabored tale."

One reviewer described Wiener's "Gimme Some Truth" book as "sobering".

One reviewer described it as "space opera meets noir, meets comedy, meets cyberpunk".

reviewer called

One reviewer called it the most promising Nokia smartphone "in years".

A German reviewer called it "a film pearl that shines with truthfulness and authenticity".

A Book reviewer called it "the first comprehensive study of the reign (of Seti I) ever published."

reviewer praised

A third reviewer praised the book's "engaging characters."

However, the reviewer praised all three leads, singling Van Heflin out as "outstanding".

The anonymous reviewer praised the "fairly inspired" plot gimmick involving hunt for Bond's own head.

reviewer stated

One reviewer stated that the game was "too far on the easy side".

Writing for the Associated Press, another reviewer stated it "delivers the thrills and excitement that readers expect from a Clive Cussler novel.

In this respect, one reviewer stated that "Any magazine that encourages both new writers and readers to range more widely, deserves encouragement."

reviewer commented

One reviewer commented that the series is, "."..

The reviewer commented further that by "taking no sides" and by "showing the agony of all" Le Clézio had produced "a near masterpiece".

The reviewer commented, "Rather than feeling like you're just flying around a fishbowl, you really feel like you're underwater, in a single-seated attack submarine."