Atrocity Week reader ¹ Paperback read É andrew mccoy

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Atrocity Week reader ¹ Paperback read É andrew mccoy ´ ❰EPUB❯ ✰ Atrocity Week Author Andrew McCoy – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk WOULD YOU DARE TO TAKE THE ULTIMATE TESTImagine you’re wealthy enough to do just about any damn thing you want Imagine you’ve bought all the kicks you can thinKilling the biggest most dangerous game of all MANImagine that somewhere – probably in Africa where life is lived at the outer limits of survival – there are two men both ex mercenaries who are happy to arrange this kind of slaughte Gritty cruel violent and very believable An immersive story line with characters so real you can literally see them interacting in your minds eye Not for the sensitive reader One of the best I have read and very difficult to take a break from once you start

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WOULD YOU DARE TO TAKE THE ULTIMATE TESTImagine you’re wealthy enough to do just about any damn thing you want Imagine you’ve bought all the kicks you can think of EXCEPT MAYBE ONE The ultimate thrill The thrill of hunting down and 25 StarsThis was a book I had picked as a second hand copy from the roadside vendor around fifteen years ago while I was involved a lot in reading thriller and war stories the stuff of violence and killing However it remained unread for a long time until now After growing out of the interest mentioned above while I was about to discard this book unread I had to keep it to read it out of my slight now growing interest in fiction based in Africa and the fact that the story in here was based on real happenings in that continentHunting Niggers for Sport is the central theme of this book something it seems that used to happen in Africa Personally I was not aware of this until I had given proper attention to the book; neither am I aware of this whether it could be happening somewhere in that continent now I doubt it; but we are humans and it is not not possibleThe book narrates like a thriller and adventure in hunting No parts of the narration gives any factual knowledge or commentaries of the racist perceptions of ideas like 'whites' and 'blacks' It was an interesting read considering it was based on real events in history However the narration simply reads just like any other thrilleradventure novelAs the title says the book does contain several long scenes of atrocities on humans and a few animals including some graphical descriptions of gore and mutilation Readers who should be very sensitive need not read this one

Andrew McCoy â Atrocity Week book

Atrocity WeekR safari for you For a hefty price naturallyImagine all this – and you’ve barely imagined the start point of probably the most savagely bloodily violent story ever written ATROCITY WEEK a reading experience you will never forget Nev A very straightforward book presented with raw relishThings to note would be very accurate descriptions of geography and that sinister declaration from author in begening that what's in the book has or less happened This is so gory and violent that it has a ring of truth in it Apart from premise the technicalities are spot on thru out the book It's a Hard to put down once picked kind of book The baboon episode is very disturbing and is very explicitly put Some stereotypes and some very well developed characters It's your typical on the face Africa book with a premise that's not for the weak stomach Pun very much intended