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Product details

  • Paperback: 302 pages
  • Publisher: Blake Publishing; New edition edition (31 May 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1844540456
  • ISBN-13: 978-1844540457
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 12.7 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,966 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author

Michael Stone was born in East Belfast in 1955. In 1988 he was sentenced to 800 years in prison. He served twelve years in the Maze prison before being released under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement. He is now an artist, and proponent of the peace process.


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Format: Hardcover
Stone takes us through his youth. He left school without skills and used his brawn and aggression to fit into life in the Protestant Braniel estate. His aggressive nature was quickly exploited by a UDA godfather and loyalist paramilitaries served as an outlet for his innate psychopathic tendencies. His obsession with firearms and killing lead him down the road to risk and failure.
Stone provides an interesting insight to the corruption, greed and incompetence of most of his UDA/UFF colleagues. He makes some compelling exposures; the Israeli supplied weapons to loyalists in N Ireland and a servicing RUC police officer transported Stone and his weaponry used in the cemetery murders. His getaway driver betrayed him. The sudden arrival of the unmarked white police van on the motorway, is not explained. He repeatedly appeals to the reader to accept the softer humanitarian components of his persona.
Stone exaggerates his technical knowledge, ability and bravado throughout the book. None-the-less his actions in Milltown cemetery took bravery considering his slim chance of survival. While he lambastes the RUC, he is careful never to disclose collusion and the source of his intelligence dossiers used to target and kill active republicans and innocent Catholics alike. He had other forms of official help that he does not want to disclose.
His assessment and description of fellow hit man Johnny Adair as an insecure, media hungry fool is interesting and entertaining.
The book ends with Stone's conversion from sectarian murderer to a pacifist artist. Who are we to judge the accuracy of this claim? By comparison Martin Dillon's book Stone Cold provides a more succinct portrayal of Michael Stone.
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Format: Paperback
I read this book on holiday and even though it was easy to read and very interesting i dont think it gives much of an insight into the truth. Details seem to have been embelished and Michael Stone makes out he was the best at EVERYTHING! I think this book is only loosely based on the truth. Never the less it was a good book and i found it hard to put down. I would suggest to people reading this book not read too deeply into the content but just enjoy a good read!
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Format: Hardcover
This book is one of the worst books I have ever read!It is ghost written by a News Of the World journalist and it really shows.I have read many books on the situation in N. Ireland and I feel that this isn't worth the paper it is printed on,never mind the cost price.Reading this book I felt that Stone had been reading too many Action Man and Dan Dare books.It reads like a child telling you some action fantasy he has made up to try and impress,but really it doesn't.I hope anyone from outside N.Ireland doesn't read this book,thinking it gives an insight into the situation here,because it's full of gaping holes in his stories.I cringed when reading the book,because it is such a load of rubbish.A far better book about the subject is Stone Cold by Martin Dillon.The only thing I can say about None Shall... is that I'm glad I read it to see how terrible it really is.If I could give it no stars I would.
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really intrigued by some of the stories in this and Stone actually sounded sincere, but since I read the book I googled Stone to see what happened to him and then watched some interview footage so now I don't think of him in the same light and felt a little cheated by his accounts
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after reading this michael stone is a small fish in a big pond, he didnt actually do much , all talk no action,. half way through it got boring when all he does is talk about him self and how good he is
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Format: Paperback
This is a mullet headed loser story....despite being armed with grenades and pistols at an unarmed funeral...he still managed to get caught by civilians who chased him down and grabbed him, all the while Stone was shooting at them, but kept missing until he ran out of ammo. Some warrior! What a crap soldier. He had ages to plan the attack, ages to decide how much ammo to bring, ages to practice his aim. He coulda pre-placed a bicycle to make a getaway, but ended up being overpowered by civilians armed only with guts. The definitive guide on how to be a useless wannabe gunman. Loser. And he's defamed the glorious Mullet hairdo for ever, a hair-crime for which Stone will be remembered long after his funeral takedown.
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As an avid reader of N I History I believe stone is trying to perceive himself as a human being with feelings. If there was no troubles is Belfast or afar this psychopath would have been a killer anyway. There seems to be deep emotional detachments regarding his childhood. A very confused individual who used loyalism as his reason. Chronic low self-esteem who used Milltown for recognition.
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Full of self gratifying dribble " The battle of Milltown what a load of ****" Look what happened later at Stormont at the first meeting of the NI Assembly. Once a sociopath always a sociopath.
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