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Fleabag the wise ( allegedly) "My tin foil hat is allwing me to think free thoughts" (Physically in Hampshire UK, but really all over the universe as I allow my thoughts free roaming.)

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The Living and the Dead: War, Friendship, and the Battles that Never End (Kindle Single)
The Living and the Dead: War, Friendship, and the Battles that Never End (Kindle Single)

5.0 out of 5 stars Living and the Dead, 23 Sept. 2013
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Loved it. up close, raw, personal and spoke with an honest viewpoint. Doesn't come out with the great philosophical arguments about the rights and wrong of combat. Just tells it like it is.


Men in Green Faces: A Novel of U.S. Navy SEALs
Men in Green Faces: A Novel of U.S. Navy SEALs
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars good read, 22 Sept. 2013
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Just buy it okay! It is a damn good read from someone has been there and got the t shirts to prove it.


The Illustrated Man (Flamingo Modern Classics)
The Illustrated Man (Flamingo Modern Classics)
by Ray Bradbury
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.99

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars They are not tattoo's, they are skin illustrations!, 21 Mar. 2011
As the line in the film went which showed three of the stories from the anthology. And it is this line which best exemplifies the difference between common all garden short stories and the true work of art. Anyone with a needle and ink can make a tattoo that makes a statement from a mermaid or heart that says mother. But it takes an artist to create a skin illustration that goes beyond a statement and tells a story an art that Bradbury demonstrates in each tale. Not only does he tell a story but he also leaves you at the end of each one with questions gnawing away in your consciousness. Questions such as "What if that could really happen?" or "What if it was me?"

Like all great works art after your first encounter, it leaves an indelible impression on your soul very much like a tattoo, or should that be skin illustration?


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