G. T. Woolsey

"a wolf to man"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (5 of 6)
Location: N.Ireland


Top Reviewer Ranking: 503,036 - Total Helpful Votes: 5 of 6
The Crew by Dougie Brimson
The Crew by Dougie Brimson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable!, 26 Jun 2013
Thoroughly enjoyed this yarn from Mr Brimson. The first of his works I have read. If your looking for a literary masterpiece then keep looking but it meets the grade for a ripping read. Different is how i would describe it, i have`nt read too many football related stories before. It skims along at a good pace and has a few surprises. Combines detective story, thriller and footie. something there for most of us. Also an interesting insight into the murky world of football hooliganism, certainly a subject I was largely ignorant of. This author knows his subject very well.
True Devotion to Mary: With Preparation for Total &hellip by Saint Louis de Montfort
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Revelation., 26 Jun 2013
Not everyone will appreciate this dissertation on Mary and the catholic faith, but if you are a believer and interested in developing your understanding then it is well worth the effort. I say effort as the writing style is of course dated which leaves it a little hard to digest. i personally find it difficult to read this style of discourse but that takes nothing away from the content and the authors intent. it is a period piece and he was after all canonized. That should put it in context, it is full of revelation for those of us who want to know more about our faith and how to practice it.
Crossfire-An Australian Reconnaissance In Vietnam:&hellip by Peter Haran
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent!, 1 Jun 2013
Well worth a read for any one interested in the subject. Descriptive and sobering. A very personal account of a very heartfelt and tragic experience. These men went through misery and hardship then got little or no recognition or thanks for what they did. They did not start the war only tried to follow orders, not monsters just men! Yes terrible things happened and many have blood even innocent blood on their hands, but we should be wary of judging in hindsight.

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