Sunday, September 9, 2012

Lazy Sunday Service

In between the bouts of sweating and shivering courtesy of a dose of flu I've been reading Derek Robinson's book Goshawk Squadron, shortlisted for the Booker Prize back in 1971.  It certainly dispells a load of myths about chivalry in the skies in the First World War and is a very frank tale of young men whose life expectancy was days and weeks once they got to the front.  Should have a review up in the next few days.

My posts this week

August reviews
Review of The Devil All the Time by Donald Ray Pollack
Writing in the dark
Online television programmes and videos about the crisis in Ireland
Review of We Are the Hanged Men by Douglas Lindsay
Fall-guy witness

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