"Lance Constable Detritus! Saulte!" Only quote I could come up with.Don't know why the spell check doesn't like Night Watch...? or Nigh****ch. bugger s' done it again!!
Don't know how I missed that one! Good for children, better for adults in my opinion. The film wasn't quite up to scratch though...As for younger books. " His Dark Materials " is a brilliant trilogy, Aimed at the younger ones but older people may enjoy the fantasy side of it.
Sounds good, I'll go have a poke at those.I LOVE fantasy...
If you like it try and read Trudi Canavans - Age of the Five series and her Black magician Trilogy. There BOTH awesome!
Thanks im now 7.99 worse off
Great book not an autobiography though, more naughty boys in choppers.There are far too many books and not enough time. Depending on your tastes, here's a few of my favourites
Chickenhawk - Robert Mason - Autobiography
and the entire Sweet Valley High series..........Okay chaps, time to own up for me, so here's a short list of some of my fave reads:
How To Lose A Battle, Alistair Horne. How Germany defeated the low countries and France in 42 days in 1940. Gives you some new respect for the French soldier, but makes you loathe the French command................................... De Helden Van Rotterdam, Wim Honman. Translates into The Heroes of Rotterdam. I doubt this book is available in English. It details the story of the Royal Dutch Marines in Rotterdam, fighting the German invasion of may 1940. Basically they were beating the crap out of Germany's much vaunted Fallschirmjäger (paratroops) until forced into surrender by the heavy bombing of Rotterdam. The Germans named them Schwarze Teufel (black devils) after their black coats and ferocity in battle.