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To the Front and Back, Please: tales from the worl&hellip by Carsten Stormer
Many war correspondent memoirs have been written, but few that have affected me in the way "To the Front and Back Again Please" did....
Harrowing stories are told with great compassion and without exploitation. It is a story of a journalist who is determined to give a voice to those who have never had one. This is a must read for those who want to see beyond the media's lens...
Point Close All Quotes: A Quietus Anthology by Charles Ubaghs
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Having read The Quietus for a good 4 years now, I'm am so pleased that they have created a book containing some of the best music writing out there in the last 5 years. Diverse, unapologetic, always erudite and entertaining to have it all in one publication is a wonderful thing.
Perfect for reading on the bus/tube/ train, anywhere really! Enrich your life a little more by reading this anthology, and at only 5.14, it's one hell of a bargain.
Full Blood (Salt Modern Poets) by John Siddique
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Some are claiming that poetry is dead. I could not disagree more. John Siddique's Full Blood brings the reader back to the present. Provocative yet accessible at the same time, you will find yourself devouring every poem, as you would a fine meal. Although erotic in much of its context, it's focus in on love and respect [a perfect example is `Love and The Body'] As if holding a mirror in front of you, and confronting the reader with their deepest humanity, that which usually remains hidden. This is a powerful read, and not for the faint hearted, but it is an important piece of work. One that must find itself at the heart of anyone that loves the written word.