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The Junior Officers' Reading Club Killing Time and Fighting WarsIra and Afghanistan The Junior Officers Reading Club is already being hailed as a modern classic Soldiers who can write are as rare as writers who can strip down a machinegun in 40 seconds Christopher Hart Sunday Times An extraordinary memoir Hennessey has a reporters eye for detail and a soldiers nose for bullshit John Shirley Guardian High tempo full on honest and revealing Patrick Bishop Evening Standard The most accomplished work of military witness to emerge from British war fighting since 1945 Boyd Tonkin IndependentRemarkable conveys vividly what its like to exper

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Ience combat Jeremy Paxman Daily Telegraph Books of the Year Patrick Hennessey b 1982 joined the Army in January 2004 undertaking officer training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst where he was awarded the ueens Medal and commissioned into The Grenadier Guards He served as a Platoon Commander and later Company Operations Officer from the end of 2004 to early 2009 in the Balkans Africa South East Asia and the Falkland Islands and on operational tours to Ira in 2006 and Afghanistan in 2007 where he became the youngest Captain in the Army and was commended for gallant

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FREE PDF Ù BOOK The Junior Officers' Reading Club Killing Time and Fighting Wars ✓ PATRICK HENNESSEY æ [PDF / Epub] ☄ The Junior Officers' Reading Club Killing Time and Fighting Wars By Patrick Hennessey – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk Patrick Hennesseys The JunPatrick Hennesseys The Junior Officers Reading Club is a lucid witty account of all the horror boredom and exhilaration of war Patrick Hennessey is pretty much like any other member of Generation X he spent the first half of the noughties reading books at university going out listening to house music and watching war films He also as an officer in the Grenadier guards fought in some of the most violent combat the British army has seen in decades Telling the story of how a modern soldier is made from the testosterone heavy breeding ground of Sandhurst to the nightmare of