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100 Classic Book Collection Nintendo DS instore/reserve online £14.59 @ Argos

£14.59 @ Argos
From Sense and Sensibility to Treasure Island, Moby Dick to Midsummer Night's Dream, '100 Classic Book Collection' presents 100 books that everyone should read, all conveniently housed in one single D… Read More
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[mod] 8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
From Sense and Sensibility to Treasure Island, Moby Dick to Midsummer Night's Dream, '100 Classic Book Collection' presents 100 books that everyone should read, all conveniently housed in one single DS game cartridge. '100 Classic Book Collection' turns your Nintendo DS into a portable library containing must read novels from iconic authors such as Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, William Shakespeare and many more.

Hold the DS like a book and use the touch screen to turn the pages. '100 Classic Book Collection' allows various search methods such as searching for a book that suits your mood, or a specific requirement such as a short read. The Nintendo Wi-Fi connection allows you to go online and download 10 additional books as well as being able to rank your favourite books.

Key Features
- Contains 100 books
- Adjust the text size to suit you
- Search for books by your mood
- The bookmark function saves your page
- Nintendo Wi-Fi connection allows you to download 10 additional books

Plus Save 1/3 off Action Replay Nintendo DS Cheat System (568/0377)

Buy instore or reserve online and collect instore to buy at this price.
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Includes the following books:
Louisa May - Alcott Little Women
Jane Austen - Emma
Jane Austen - Mansfield Park
Jane Austen - Persuasion
Jane Austen - Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen - Sense and Sensibility
Harriet Beecher Stowe Uncle Tom's Cabin
R. D. Blackmore Lorna Doone
Anne Bronte The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
Charlotte Bronte - Jane Eyre
Charlotte Bronte - The Professor
Charlotte Bronte - Shirley
Charlotte Bronte - Villette
Emily Bronte - Wuthering Heights
John Bunyan - The Pilgrim's Progress
Frances Hodgson - Burnett Little Lord Fauntleroy
Frances Hodgson - Burnett The Secret Garden
Lewis Carroll - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Lewis Carroll - Through the Looking-Glass
Wilkie Collins - The Moonstone
Wilkie Collins - The Woman in White
Carlo Collodi - The Adventures of Pinocchio
Arthur Conan - Doyle The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Arthur Conan - Doyle The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes
Joseph Conrad - Lord Jim
Susan Coolidge - What Katy Did
James Fenimore - Cooper Last of the Mohicans
Daniel Defoe - Robinson Crusoe
Charles Dickens - Barnaby Rudge
Charles Dickens - Bleak House
Charles Dickens - A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens - David Copperfield
Charles Dickens - Dombey and Son
Charles Dickens - Great Expectations
Charles Dickens - Hard Times
Charles Dickens - Martin Chuzzlewit
Charles Dickens - Nicholas Nickleby
Charles Dickens - The Old Curiosity Shop
Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist
Charles Dickens - The Pickwick Papers
Charles Dickens - A Tale of Two Cities
Alexandre Dumas - The Count of Monte Cristo
Alexandre Dumas - The Three Musketeers
George Eliot - Adam Bede
George Eliot - Middlemarch
George Eliot - The Mill on the Floss
Henry Rider - Haggard King Solomon's Mines
Thomas Hardy - Far From The Madding Crowd
Thomas Hardy - The Mayor of Casterbridge
Thomas Hardy - Tess of The D'Urbervilles
Thomas Hardy - Under the Greenwood Tree
Nathaniel Hawthorne - The Scarlet Letter
Victor Hugo - The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Victor Hugo - Les Miserables
Washington Irving - The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon
Charles Kingsley - Westward Ho!
D.H. Lawrence - Sons And Lovers
Gaston Leroux - The Phantom of the Opera
Jack London - The Call of the Wild
Jack London - White Fang
Herman Melville - Moby Dick
Edgar Allen Poe - Tales of Mystery and Imagination
Sir Walter Scott - Ivanhoe
Sir Walter Scott - Rob Roy
Sir Walter Scott - Waverley
Anna Sewell - Black Beauty
William Shakespeare - All's Well That Ends Well
William Shakespeare - Antony and Cleopatra
William Shakespeare - As You Like It
William Shakespeare - The Comedy of Errors
William Shakespeare - Hamlet
William Shakespeare - Julius Caesar
William Shakespeare - King Henry the Fifth
William Shakespeare - King Lear
William Shakespeare - King Richard the Third
William Shakespeare - Love's Labour's Lost
William Shakespeare - Macbeth
William Shakespeare - The Merchant of Venice
William Shakespeare - A Midsummer-Night's Dream
William Shakespeare - Much Ado About Nothing
William Shakespeare - Othello, the Moor of Venice
William Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare - The Taming of the Shrew
William Shakespeare - The Tempest
William Shakespeare - Timon of Athens
William Shakespeare - Titus Andronicus
William Shakespeare - Twelfth Night
William Shakespeare - The Winter's Tale
Robert Louis Stevenson - Kidnapped
Robert Louis Stevenson - The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Robert Louis Stevenson - Treasure Island
Jonathan Swift - Gulliver's Travels
William Makepeace - Thackeray Vanity Fair
Anthony Trollope - Barchester Towers
Mark Twain - Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Mark Twain - Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Jules Verne - Round the World in Eighty Days
Jules Verne - 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Oscar Wilde - The Importance of Being Earnest
Oscar Wilde - The Picture of Dorian Gray
Jane Austen - Northanger Abbey
Anne Bronte - Agnes Grey
The following additional 10 books are available for download using the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection:
Susan Coolidge - What Katy Did At School
George Eliot - Silas Marner
Elizabeth Gaskell - Cranford
Henry James - The Aspern Papers
Henry James - The Turn of the Screw
Charles Kingsley - The Water Babies
William Shakespeare - The Merry Wives of Windsor
Robert Louis Stevenson - The Black Arrow
[mod]#2
Blimey?? Why cold? A couple of quid cheaper than the next best
#3
Good price for a pick up BUT Standard delivery is £5.80 so £20.39 Del !! :?

It's Delivered @ PowerPlayDirect for £16.49 :thumbsup:
[mod]#4
big-boy
Good price for a pick up BUT Standard delivery is £5.80 so £20.39 Del !! :?

It's Delivered @ PowerPlayDirect for £16.49 :thumbsup:


Oh yeah; I know. I'd never get anything delivered at Argos. But it's so easy to reserve online and go and collect:thumbsup:
#5
the selection of books on this is pretty poor tbh-very good concept tho but far better to download ebooks of your choice-totally legal as there are thousands in the public domain.
#6
Why expired it's still a good price ???
#7
can this software be used to read other ebooks i download from tinternet?
[mod] 1 Like #8
big-boy
Why expired it's still a good price ???


I expired it. I think it's one of them days where the random cold voters are out to play. And I really cannot be bothered with it today.

It's the cheapest available to buy in the shops by a fair bit, but when people say 100 of the best books ever written are "pretty poor" and you can download e-books.....

It's like when I post DVD's people write "cold...you can watch this on TV" or CD's "cold - cheaper to download" I feel a bit like this: -
http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b170/micha1975/keyboard.gif
And like I say, I really cannot be bothered with that lot today, so let it stay expired:thumbsup:
#9
Bad day at the office my friend. Pull the plug, put your feet up and watch the rugby on TV.. Have a good nights sleep....tomorrow is another day....Did the postman have a bad back carrying all the Valentines cards to your house...loooooooooooool :whistling:

andywedge
I expired it. I think it's one of them days where the random cold voters are out to play. And I really cannot be bothered with it today.

It's the cheapest available to buy in the shops by a fair bit, but when people say 100 of the best books ever written are "pretty poor" and you can download e-books.....

It's like when I post DVD's people write "cold...you can watch this on TV" or CD's "cold - cheaper to download" I feel a bit like this: -
http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b170/micha1975/keyboard.gif
And like I say, I really cannot be bothered with that lot today, so let it stay expired:thumbsup:
[mod]#10
Fozzza
Bad day at the office my friend. Pull the plug, put your feet up and watch the rugby on TV.. Have a good nights sleep....tomorrow is another day....Did the postman have a bad back carrying all the Valentines cards to your house...loooooooooooool :whistling:


Still trying to work my way to the front door through the mountain of valentines cards; or they might be bills.:oops:
1 Like #11
think it got 2/10 on eurogamer
[mod] 1 Like #12
DB2k
think it got 2/10 on eurogamer


That's probably 'cos most gamers don't know how to read:p
#13
andywedge
That's probably 'cos most gamers don't know how to read:p

Haha! That and there's no cleavage or MANLY men who speak in growls and sarcastic whispers. :roll:
#14
It's a good price but I'd imagine a lot of cold votes are because it's a poor product.

It's not that "gamers" can't read - but reading 800+ page books 12 lines at a time is very difficult and frankly too frustrating to be worthwhile. I've got this and I couldn't possibly recommend it.

HotUKDeals is useful on two counts
1.) To Find Hot Deals
2.) To read other peoples views and make an informed decision on that HotDeal

Yes I know some people vote cold without comment but that in itself is a statement.
Just because something is the cheapest - doesn't mean it's Hot..
Anyway - That's my opinion. Not having a go at all - just felt it was a tad of an over-reaction to expire!
[mod]#15
piratematt
just felt it was a tad of an over-reaction to expire!


Probably. Was not in the best of moods at the time.
#16
DB2k
think it got 2/10 on eurogamer


Explains the mentality. Hotty. 100 books 14p a book? Illiterates need not apply.:x
#17
http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page

27,000 eBooks in downloadable HTML and plain text versions. Including all the public domain ones in the 100 Classic Book Collection. For any one who has a R4 or equivalent and wants to use it for something legal for once (joke, I'm sure there must be a few people who would use it for the homebrew which doesn't involve downloading roms or whatever...)

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