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This review is from: Cry Havoc (Hardcover)It's not a brilliant book by any mean. I doubt if most if it is even truthful, especially having read My Friend the Mercenary, which I thought was an absoulutely amazing book. I must qualify what I mean by 'not truthful'. Reading other books on the subject, I question why the other mercanaries were having hand cuffs hammered on to their ankles with hammers right down to the bone, why was Mr. Mann drinking wine with his meals and excersising on machines put into his cell? Something is not right about this book, I'm sure ha;f of it will never be revealed anyway.
Not a bad book, but I wouldn't take it at face value.
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Initial post: 25 Jan 2012 03:48:48 GMT
S. P. Botha says:
Some mercenaries are worth more than others?
I am intrigued and concerned, as your review has me doubting my purchase of "Cry Havoc". I also thought that "My Friend the Mercenary" was brilliant but I've been waiting for his story to come out from the Mann himself, so I will have to read it and hope for the best.
Posted on 15 Feb 2012 06:24:29 GMT
Veronica Scott says:
Remember, there are three sides to every story:
and the Truth - and that we will never know.
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