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'Crossing the Rubicon': Map Illustrated (Armageddo&hellip by ANDY FARMAN
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Damn and blast!, 11 Jun 2014
The end of the series. A tragedy. No more to read.
For this genre, this series is probably the best ever. My other reviews ( see previous book) have lauded the series and to be honest, there isn't much more that I can say other than I shall be scanning constantly, looking for more from Mr Farman. Forget nicotine addiction, his books create their own cravings. I am an addict, totally hooked.
'The Longest Night': Map Illustrated (Armageddon's&hellip by ANDY FARMAN
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This book, and the others by the same author are quite simply some of the best books I have ever read. I could use dozens of superlatives, use extreme hyperbole but that wouldn't begin to describe the series.
Let me just say that once I started reading the very firs book 'Stand to', I was completely hooked. I was faced with that awful dilemma I wanted desperately to finish the books, to find out what happened, to discover who survives and what the world would look like, yet I so very much wanted to carry on reading, for the narrative to never stop.
I urge readers to take these books, read them and if you enjoy them even a little bit as much as I did then you will have no regrets.;
Wasted Years, Wasted Lives Volume 1. The British A&hellip by Ken Wharton
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb book., 26 July 2013
I have read all ofKen's books, and reviewd them on ARRSE too. Ken is meticulous in his research, painstaking in his accuracy and generous in his narrative. His books are factual and informative and - as both an ex Greenjacket and a putative historian - of tremendous value to me.
These books should be of immense interest to anyone seeking to understand the tragedy and horror that the inaptly named "Troubles" wrought. There may be more scholarly analyses of the causes, the politics and the economics behind the many years of death and destruction, but none that put such a human face and voice to the events. This book -and the partner books that go with it - constitute an oral and… Read more

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