7 edition of The Mammoth book of true war stories found in the catalog.
|Other titles||True war stories|
|Statement||edited by Jon E. Lewis.|
|Contributions||Lewis, Jon E., 1961-|
|LC Classifications||D25 .M36 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||545 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||545|
|ISBN 10||1863953701, 0786706295|
|LC Control Number||2001272480|
I will read more in this series. Van Vogt is a good story. These hunters search not for animals, but for the touch, taste, and empowerment of human flesh. I suppose any enjoyment of the stories comes from the same type of morbid fascination that makes some people like true-crime - it certainly worked for me.
I think the editor did an overall good job picking the stories; he did make me discover a lot of authors that I had never heard of and a lot I did know and I think discovering new authors is one of the main purpose of a short story anthology with entertaining The Party by William F. Christmas Honeymoon by Howard Spring was fantastic! January 1, Whitney I thought this anthology was uneven at best. Van Vogt is a good story. This is consistent with other, more modern ghost stories that I've read, where Catholics are lumped into the same category.
I had expected so much more of this collection and I was badly disappointed unfortunately That is, we are doing the same thing as Google, only within the framework of one subject. That said, the overall quality of the selections is consistently high. Only in one or two does this also include badly researched garbage, so not bad. I'm finished.
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January 1, Jessica This book was boring.
Christmas Honeymoon by Howard Spring was fantastic! January 1, Amber I brought this book to read while camping this summer. Each month we recycle over 2.
I wanted a more fairy-tale ending, with good and bad punished appropriately. I suppose any enjoyment of the stories comes from the same type of morbid fascination that makes some people like true-crime - it certainly worked for me.
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A Spot of Gothic by Jane Gardam was good. The conclusion of the story was lacklustre and uninspired, but I am glad I am finally finished reading this story, because it was very dull to read! It doesn't feel very scary at all, but it's a good story.
I think this is why I enjoyed it so much, as I prefer to read tales that force us to look at the world or ourselves differently, instead of a book of cheap tricks and tales which is what some of the other readers apparently expected The book stories are divided in section.
Mammoth indeed. We know the excitement of a new page turner, or the familiar joy of an old favourite. January 1, Mark It was rather hard work to finish this book - some of the stories are really not very good - but I'm glad I did.
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Looking back, the book as made me discover some new others notably a new favourite, MR James. All was not lost however. I just really didn't like this book. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard.
Hopefully the other stories will be interesting and unique, I love Oh whistle, and I'll come to you my lad- M. So, if you happen to pick up this book, the stories I recommend reading are: A. Wells is still a lot of fun, but I have to admit, I skip to the ending now.
Now I've finished reading one short story from it called "The Willows", and it wasn't very good. We offer great value books on a wide range of subjects and we have grown steadily to become one of the UK's leading retailers of second-hand books.Sep 05, · The Mammoth Book of True War Stories: A New Selection of 60 Unforgettable Accounts of the Horror and Heroism of War Across the Ages [Jon E.
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Good: A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal.
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The Mammoth Book Of series is not so much a book as it is a collection. Each book features a variety of stories that all surround a particular theme. These themes are varied in that they cover numerous specific concepts that people hold a strong vested interest in.
War, as the general said, is hell. But in a few it also brings out the best. Heroism and horror are the keynotes of this gripping new collection of war writing. From the Siege of Troy to the present day, The Mammoth Book of True War Stories includes battle analyses by celebrated historians, letters home by ordinary Gis, high-adrenaline memoirs.