An entertaining rendition, written in almost a collegiate style their was a little too much of "were the misunderstood good guys".
Google is the third half of the many peoples minds and its efficacy and ease is almost like an opium. It posses the questions of responsibility in the competitive arena but does not paint the picture of the continuing social shift.
All the same very entertaining
Fast moving drama driven by a righteous guy. Credibility out the window as the story just carries you away
The Grey Man is far cooler than Mr Bond and more contemporary than the cold war warriors.
Besides Jim boy it would have to be Kurt.
I read it as a young man, but it is always good to be reminded. Excellent as a parental guide.
This rendition kept me awake all night, with tears of sorrow and chest pumping pride.
Despite the petty politics of the 'high ups' these few men were there to do a job. Stop the Japs. They did, but at a cost.
This book is about mate-ship and lost mates. It makes you proud to be Australian to learn more of the New Guinea campaign's details and the privations endured by our fathers and grandfathers in support of their families back home.
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