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Marching Powder (The Pan Real Lives Series Book 6) Kindle Edition
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I am not a big book reader and it usually takes me weeks to get through a book, but I read this in 2 days on holiday, which annoyed my girlfriend no end.
A must read!!!!
Thomas McFadden is a convicted British drug dealer who lived here for 5years.
A truly fantastic read, and Rusty Young certainly takes you into the bizarre prison with every chapter..
I struggled with it after the part when he becomes the unofficial tour guide, letting in backpackers to see the prison for themselves. Come on, he's a drug smuggler. They weren't going in to see the conditions, but to get a line or two of Bolivia's finest.....and who better to supply it? So our man continues his "day job" so to speak, but from inside instead of outside.
The book ends with his release and the usual "I'm going to give it all up when I get out" stuff. I'd say it's a quirky and decent enough read for a long journey but "Midnight Express"it ain't.
For another view across the world, try Escape by David McMillan. There, we have the true life story of just about the only Westerner to break out of one of the infamous hell-hole prisons.
Escape: The True Story of the Only Westerner Ever to Break Out of the Bangkok Hilton
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a very fun read although not exactly intellectually stimulatingPublished 9 days ago by Peter Armstrong
A great real life experience of a fasinating prison and human situation - I was hoping to visit the prison on my trip to la Paz but they do not allow tourists in.Published 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
You can't help but like Thomas, you shouldn't be you just do. Inside the surreal San Pedro prison in Bolivia you'll find a world within a world where you buy your own cell, run... Read morePublished 25 days ago by MR GWJ BROMPTON
My feelings towards Tomas are slightly mixed, i cant forget the crime he comitted but cant help but admire his fight for survival
Many people have said good things about this... Read more
Very good and great detail used to explain the feelings and surroundings. Definitely worth a read for an insight into south american jailsPublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
This is the third time I have read this book and it still sends shivers up my spine from the stories contained inside.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
extremely gripping, not always very happy, story, I would like to give it 4.5 stars as I thought it was very well written, however, there was one section (in the swimming pool)... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sarl Dickson
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