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The most epic recommendation I've ever read  :D

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Hi! I guess it was test post. Here is my recommendation
  1. The Host - Stephenie Meyer
  2. A Song of Ice and Fire - George Martin
  3. The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald (this one I should read in high school but in fact I have to ask bigassignments to help me with my homework) But now I’ve finally finished the reading and I have to say It’s the best book I’ve ever read
  4.  J.K. Rowling Harry Potter and The Cursed Child (of course if you like HP-saga) :)

Poets, Padres and Counting the Cost......

Hi History Lover, Back from a hiatus( recovering from a virtual plague of Biblical proportions of mosquitoes...not locusts). Well, winter chills and deluges are over and welcome to a warmer clime. Three new books are in " Ghosts of War" A History of WW1 in Poetry and Prose" by Andrew Ferguson, "Muddling Through: The Organisation of British Army Chaplaincy in WW1" by Peter Howson ( Helion) and " Report of the War Office Committee of Enquiry into Shell Shock" a fascimile of the original 1920 report. " Ghosts of War" is a just released book from History Press in a tidy little hardcover. Written by ' a patron of the Imperial War Museum', it is a nice collection of anecdotes and poems with much ado about dates etc and the poems  written in that year. It looks nice visually, not overdone or fancy but an inexpensive volume of WW1 poetry books to mark the centenary. " Muddling Through" is a book I was meaning to get for awhile to fill in a gap of my knowledge of 'the other side of the canteen stall". It loooks a well researched and dedicated volume by Howson who is more than well qualified to write on the subject and finally, " The War Office Report into Shell Shock, this small book of 214 pages is chock -full of the ignorance and small-mindness that prevaled around shell shock, particularly when it caame down to the ordinary soldier. This document is very important also for the named  " witnesses " that came forward to give their testimony to the frailty of the soldiers in question and pander to the officers who were sent to Craiglockhart in Scotland for some R&R and a good talking to, not the ill represented squalor the ordinary soldier was sent to, it is insightful to the general mindset of a military hierarcy that refused to really acknowledge and treat a  very serious condition that dehabilitated thousands during and after the war and if  service pensions were given or withheld. A must for any serious military history reader. My previous copy of this book, well-thumbed and annotated, fell apart from extensive use. I do hope you are well, History Lover . Any good books for you?

Literary Terrorism or The Impressionist Terrorism of Literature?

Hi History Lover, Back after a short hiatus. Hope you are well and in good spirits. Adam Parkes' " A Sense of Shock: The Impact of Impressionism on Modern British and Irish Writing" is a well researched and written book on such literary greats as Joseph Conrad, Walter Pater, H G Wells, Virginia Woolfe, Henry James and Ford Madox Ford  etc.and the infuence of Impressionist painting on their writings. Terrorism in the world and in literature is certainly not a twenty first century phemonena. It has existed in Europe and England long before Jihad terrorism . The perpetrators were called " Anarchists or Conspirators back then. A rather nice literary term. A study such as this doesn't get too much better. Conrad's idiot  anarchist who blows himself up before the novel opens and the consequences of his acttions and 'impressions' of those left behind, the sensationalism of the new press of the late nineteenth century( what has really changed there?), the exploration of the Ruskin/ Whistler trial followed by the likes of Wilde, Pater and James. Wells' terrorist Invisible Man who, still in spite of all his efforts, remains not visible to the world even in death.Such is the fate of anonymous terrorists!  Exploring the real concept of impressionism,terrorism, the media and literary tropes, Parkes has produced a complex book  on literary modernism but highly readable,and will probably stand along side  Sarah Cole's books on Modernist literature. Literary impressionism is an interesting and sometimes unquantifiable term and ought not to be used by modernists too lightly. In painting, it is more easily defined by technique and colours. I'm more than inpressed with Parkes' volume. Lots of book goodness too: " The Poetry of Shelll Shock" by Daniel Hipp, " From Trench and Troopship" by David Kent, " David Jones and the Great War" by Thomas Dilworth, " Heroes' Twilight' by Bernard Bergonzi, " Courage Without Glory" by Spencer Jones, " Memory, Narrative and the Great War" by David Taylor and yesterday from my local Dymocks store, "At The Violet Hour: Modernism and Violence in England and Ireland" by Sarah Cole. Have you had any good books in recently? After days of rain and blusterly northerly winds, the sun is making a weak apologetic appearance here in Geelong.

RE:Literary Terrorism or The Impressionist Terrorism of Literature?

Hi Ghost Writer, I've been busy around the house, getting my library painted and then putting everything back in place, all done now :)

​I am currently sitting up in my library sipping a glass of Basedows 1986 Shiraz, looking out the window onto a grey cloudy sky ready to drop some rain and listening to some nice music on my stereo, a nice way to finish the day eh!

​Sounds like some excellent books there. I have a few on the way, a mixed bag of Franco-Prussian War, WW1 and WW2 books. I am currently reading a book published by Osprey; "Battlefield Angels: Saving Lives under fire from Valley Forge to Afghanistan" by Scott McGaugh. Its a nice, easy to read account of combat medic's in the US armed forces.

​I also recently received a copy of "The Emperor and the Saint: Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, Francis if Assisi, and Journeys to Medieval Places" by Richard Cassady (published 2011). Another recent purchase was "They Can Live in the Desert but Nowhere Else: A History of the Armenian Genocide" by Ronald Grigor Suny.

Well back to my glass of wine and my book, hope all is well down your way!
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RE:Literary Terrorism or The Impressionist Terrorism of Literature?

Hi History  Lover, Glad to hear everything is back in order. The wine sounds good as well as the music. Also it sounds like a great load of books on the way. I have restricted my reading of the Franco- Prussian War to Wawro. I seriously admire your wide tastes in reading though for practical purposes and research I do  WW1. There is such an overload of books on war  and its cultural extensions. " Glum Heroes " by Peter Hodgkinson is a real find and I am impressed with it and hope he writes more. Still reading it. " A Touch of Paradise in Hell: Talbot House, Poperinghe" by Jan Louagie landed on my doorstep last week from the UK, as did "Poetry and  Myths of the Great War": by Martin Stephen, and a curious monograph " Rivers : A Life" by Richard Slobbidin. " Tolkein and the Great War: by John Garth.. and " The Street of Wonderful Possibilities: Whistler, Wilde and Sargent in Tite Street" by Devon Cox (2015) etc. Your recommendation,  " Breakdown " by Taylor Downing due this coming week, with " A Moonlight Massacre"( Helion) ( another of your remmendations, cheers for those) in  the next 10 days after that .We have had so much rain here it feels like Flanders  muddyfields, squashy terrain underfoot. My apple tree has bloomed extra well  this year so it looks like a bumper crop. Did you get around to reading tha book on Dracula? 

RE:Literary Terrorism or The Impressionist Terrorism of Literature?

Hi History Lover, Sorry.....I meant to say Welcome Back. You were missed!

RE:Literary Terrorism or The Impressionist Terrorism of Literature?

Hi Ghost Writer,

​Its nice to be missed :)

​One book that I failed to mention that I have on order is; "The Telegraph Book of the First World War: An Anthology of the Telegraph's Writing from the Great War" by Gavin Fuller. A nice large and apparently well presented HB of 576 pages. It has received some very good reader reviews and should contain lots of gems from war reporting during this conflict.

RE:Literary Terrorism or The Impressionist Terrorism of Literature?

Hi History Lover  , I'll check that out. I nearly missed another one that I ordered this morning: " Letters, Vol 1( of 3) of Otto Dix, trans. Mark Kanak. Just published in September. Otto Dix was famous for his " Krieg" series of drawings and paintings and his blatantly poignant  portrayals of crippled veterans. He served on the Western Front  with the German army, dying in 1959(!?). I've always admired his work though some of it looks pretty scary and real.  Your recommendation " Breakdown" by Taylor Downing arrived on my doorstep today. Hope you are well . We have sunshine with a coolish breeze bustling around like a harried old person, this way and that, without really going anywhere. Without much ado. What a change from sodden rain.

RE:Literary Terrorism or The Impressionist Terrorism of Literature?

Hi Ghost Writer, I've finally gotten around to starting one of my Somme purchases. I am currently reading; "Somme" by Hugh Sebag-Montefiore, only a few chapters in but I am enjoying it so far.It has some decent maps, 21 in total, and his writing style is easy to read, its close to 600 pages so it may take me a while to finish :)

​What do you think of "Breakdown", have you had a chance to have a good flick through it yet?

RE:Literary Terrorism or The Impressionist Terrorism of Literature?

Hi History Lover, Hope you are well. I was just about to post about " Breakdown" by Taylor Downing.( Postmortem on the Somme....) I'm not too impressed with it...the book reads like  potted "history" of the British Army in France in WW1, precious pages taken up with information a reader should have knowledge of. This continues to fill up the book. The information of shell shock  is scarce and very sketchy to say the least. To me, it is like watching Tony Robinson jaunt around the world being an historian when he is a tv personality, all flair and flounce and no substance. Downing  hasn't even read essential references and the book is filled with do-or-die exploits rather than sticking to the subject of shell shock! I'm really looking forward to Tracey Loughran and Stephanie Linden's two intelligent and forthcoming books on shell shock( Helion and Cambridge Uni Press) . This is just my opinion of " Breakdown". I'm shelving it! I'm disappointed with it , however, for those readers wanting a popularised and uncomplicated  history, it's okay. " A Moonlight Massacre", " A Touch of Paradise in Hell: Talbot House, Poperinghe", " Theirs Not to Know The Reason Why: Horsing the British Army 1895-1925"( just got this ordered  28 hours  before it became unavailable, can be lucky some times), and " The Fir Tree Aerial Map of The Somme" touched down at my doorstep the last couple of days.  Waiting for " The Twilght of the Belle Epoque" and" Letters of Otto Dix, Vol 1(0f 3)" to come (next couple of days). Getting the new stuff ordered tomorrow. Phew!  It sounds like you are enjoying Sebag-Montefiore's Somme, and decent maps! They make all the difference. I hope you'll be writing a review when you're finished. The aerial map is really good and well made. What new  books are you expecting?  Cheers

RE:Literary Terrorism or The Impressionist Terrorism of Literature?

Hi Ghost Writer,

​Funny enough I have unread copies of; "The Twilght of the Belle Epoque" and by the same author; "The Dawn of the Belle Epoque". I have no idea when I will get around to reading them, one day soon I hope :)

I've got some interesting and varied books on order including a reprint of this 1842 book; "Life of lieut. general Hugh Mackay of Scoury, commander in chief of the forces in Scotland, 1689". Plus a book on the War of the Roses, another on the US Fleet in the Pacific 1944-45, a US Civil War book and a new book on the 1777 Battle of Saratoga.

I've also order this new release: "The Landmark Julius Caesar: The Gallic Wars and the Civil War"

​Way too many books to catch up but sometimes I can't help myself :) 

RE:Literary Terrorism or The Impressionist Terrorism of Literature?

Hi History Lover, I still admire your eclectic tastes in war history. I don't have her first one, "Dawn of the Belle Epoque". Maybe a little later. My copy of " Twilight of the Belle Epoque" landed this morning and though I was reading " Theirs Not To Reason Why: Horsing the British Army 1875-1925" by Graham Winton( Wolverhampton War Studies no2), I'll halt(heh) and read " Twilight of the Belle Epoque" because I need to recap some information for what I'm doing. Get into that horse book as well....Have you seen " The First British Army 1624-1628, The Army of the Duke of Buckingham" by Laurence Spring, Helion? It looks rather interesting, not that I'm any expert in that time period. I was thinking about getting it a little down the track. By the way, I have eight voucher things worth $100 wine gift cards from Naked Wines. I don't drink so if you can use them , please let me know and I'll post them to you. Free! It sounds like the wines may be cleanskins. I don't know. Cheers

RE:Literary Terrorism or The Impressionist Terrorism of Literature?

Hi Ghost Writer, I'm quite enjoying my book on the Somme, vety much in the style of Martin Middlebrook. At the moment I am still reading about the first day, sector by sector, some great first-hand accounts used by the author, mostly from the British side but a few German accounts as well, like this one from a German artillery observer just behind the German lines on the day of the attack:

"But the crisis had not passed. It was evident that these machine-gunners were not the only ones experiencing this problem. As Lais could see, 'Jets of steam were shooting up into the air from almost all the regiment's machine guns. Their hoses had likewise either been ripped or shot away.'

Added to that there was a new problem:

The machine gunners' hands were so burned that the skin on their fingers hung down in ribbons. What were once their left thumbs became shapeless swollen lumps of meat thanks to their having to repeatedly press down on the safety catch. Cramp became a problem caused by the need to hang on to the machine guns' vibrating hand grips.

As the number of bullets fired reached the 18,000 mark, the man who was feeding the ammunition belt into the machine gun was shot through the head. It was his fall that led to the twisting of the belt, and the jamming of the gun. However, even this setback was not allowed to interrupt the flow. 'His corpse was dragged to one side,' Lais explained. Another man took his place, removed the loading mechanism, reloaded the gun, and then started firing it again."    

​I will keep an eye out for that Helion book, it will be on special soon at various book sites in the UK and I may consider buying a copy then. I will e-mail you about the wine vouchers shortly.

"Old Bill did find a Better 'Ole( Glum Heroes on the Front Line).....

( Hi History Lover)......in Peter Hodgkinson's " Glum Heroes: Hardship, Fear and Death, Resilience and Coping on The Western Front 1914-1918"( Helion). For a good change, from the plethora of books on how it was all so negative and hostile on the Western Front, gas, bombs and bullets and horrible deaths in a hell on earth Bosch-like terrain, Hodgkinson's detailed analysis of how soldiers coped rather than the oppostite, is a welcome relief  and more upbeat approach to military history. Hosdkinson is a clinical psychologist who is used to working with traumatised people who have experienced sudden and violent events in their lives. So he is well qualified here. Frontline soldiers were able to cope in many ways through trauma, be it in religion, supersitition, or just plain practical ways to ease their passage, talking it through to themselves, or to mate, writing home, or finding a coping mechanism to suit themselves. It didn't always work 100% but it seems to have worked during a shelling or dugout cavein. Generally the soldiers came from working class backgrounds, hard farm or factory labour that made them more suited mentally and physically, to cope better with stresses and trauma(I really think we have becaome too soft) of " getting through it rather than caving in". Hodgkinson is a must for the serious military history reader and their library. They will benefit from the insights the author has to offer in this very rare glimpse of the coping side of the Great War participants. I really do hope Hodginson contributes more books on the Great War and its social issues. Well done Peter Hodgkinson and  to Helion for having the chutzpah to print it!

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Anyone read the latest from the Maze Runner series? I was a bit disappointed by it, but I skipped the fourth one that came out so wondering if that may have changed things. It's such a confusing series!

Krystal's Reviews


So instead of spamming the review forum, I figured I might as well put all my reviews in the same thread. So here is the latest for a novel I took my time getting to: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

I'll admit it - I was not expecting to enjoy this book. I've read several books this year that have had as much praise as this one and I've been constantly disappointed. The blurb was never enough to interest me but finally I felt the need to read it simply to see if it lived up to the hype or disappointed like so many others. Now, I am a firm believer. Lisbeth Salander is one of the most fascinating, unique characters I have read in an incredibly long time. She's edgy and flawed, but somehow still so human and relatable. The beginning of the novel is a little tedious and the conclusion a little drawn out, but for that mystery in between I was completely absorbed. The related violence is not for the faint of heart, and it bothers me to contemplate why readers would enjoy such a thing, but it does give a lot of power to the story with its horror and despicableness. The alternating viewpoints keep the story interesting and give climax to the inevitable meeting of the two main characters, and what follows from there is solid storytelling. The mystery itself was curious with its littering of clues and cast of potential villains, though it's conclusion did feel a little underwhelming for me. Certainly far from a disappointing read, this is an exceptional novel, well thought-out and masterfully executed. Highly recommend for crime fans, but to be avoided by the squeamish and/or sensitive.

RE:Krystal's Reviews

It's been a while since I've posted a review but I was absolutely floored by the new one from Matthew Reilly. If you know any non-readers that you're trying to convert, give them any Matthew Reilly novel. If that doesn't do it, nothing will! 

Here's my review for The Four Legendary Kingdoms - book 4 in the Jack West Jr series.

Epic. Totally epic. Well worth the wait for this fourth installment in the Jack West Jr series! It's a beautiful blend of the old and the new, with more history and mythology built into non-stop action, only the scale here is much bigger. We don't have the whole team from the previous novels but there's a decent serve of other characters that quite easily fill the hole and indeed make things even more interesting. The challenges themselves are interesting; perhaps less puzzling than what we're used to but they still maintain plenty of intensity. Even amidst the action though there are some beautiful themes so the human element is still very much present. There are some predictable outcomes however it's their delivery that keeps things alive so they in no way lessen the thrills. This novel can be easily devoured in one sitting if you have the time but beware - finishing it so suddenly is likely to result in a decent book-hangover. I already miss it, and will be hanging out for the next one!

An absolute must for fans of the Jack West Jr series, and a worthy read for fans of Matthew Reilly. You won't be disappointed!

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