The 4th bomb: Inside London's terror storm Paperback – 7 Jul 2007
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PERSON ON BOARD BUS IN TERRORIST ATTACK IN JULY
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Yes, the book could have been proofread better, and at first one does question the need for frequent passages about flirting with women in the tube etc. But I think they just go to show Daniel Obachike's attention to detail and honesty about his mindset. The way the book is written shows Obachike is just an ordinary man who was caught up in extraordinary events. Traumatic as those events were, he did not just try to sweep them under the rug and forget. No, he did the brave thing by sharing his story with the world, and it is a story worth reading.
He is a liar acting for the criminal governing class, in my opinion, putting out false information to discredit people who are trying to expose the true facts of 7/7.
One of the many crack pots in this world. A disgrace to the people who lost their lives.
However, the book is bogged down by Obachike's penchant for trying to prove his linguistic skills but ends up making for a piecemeal book that reads more like ramblings than a coherent diary of the days surrounding the events.
The most ridiculous portions are those where he muses over his stolen glances with female bus and tube passengers which ends up making the book more like a personal ego-trip.
Whether the simultaneous security-drills where just by chance is a moot point and one the author does little to make us care about.
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