Gildas Sapiens

Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (152 of 192)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 536,506 - Total Helpful Votes: 152 of 192
Old Light on the Roman Church by Bill Cooper
An extraordinary collection of sources brought together in accounts well told. This book is a mine of valuable information on neglected parts of British history
Curse of the Anti-Santa (2nd Ed.) by Scott McGowan
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
With echoes of Terry Pratchett, J R R Tolkein, Irvine Welsh and even JKR, this fast moving tale of good and evil has appeal. Featuring a particular style of Scottish vernacular, it includes a send-up of Glasgow patter.

The story line is strong, though simple. Surprises abound, and the gentle humour makes this an easy going fantasy of a band of brothers (12 of them)supporting the hero, on his involuntary quest to save the world.
Silent Accomplice: The Untold Story of France's Ro&hellip by Andrew Wallis
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
This is an extraordinary book. It is outstanding neither because of its presentation nor because the story it tells is in essence hitherto untold. It deserves careful reading rather because it is an important contribution in providing the detail of a tragic, lamentable, culpable and irreparable episode in the history of France. The failure of the French Government and regime to date to recognize the monstrous morality and devastating consequences of its foreign policy actions in Rwanda continues 12 years after the genocide is laid bare.

The information, drawn from a range of sources, adds strength to the already comprehensive indictment of French actions in Rwanda from 1990… Read more

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