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At least I thought He was ignoring me.
All that changed on February 18, , when He reached into my life and foretold a prophecy: He told me that I would marry a girl that I hadn't even met yet. But this came with a side effect: until this prophecy came to pass, I couldn't die. This prophecy was tested. It was tested as I traveled the streets of East St.
Louis by myself, it was tested when I went to one of the most dangerous regions in Afghanistan, and it was tested after I came back from war and found myself slowly emotionally dying. Throughout this entire journey, I was also convicted to write down all my experiences.
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I wrote down everything that happened to me, whether I understood why I was writing it down or not. And now, after spending the last two years going over my journal and putting it all into one coherent story, I just want a few minutes of your attention. But a reviewer's responsibility is to not only evaluate the sincerity of a memoir, but to also examine the manner in which the memoir is presented. The book, as a book, has physical problems in layout - in some fairly bizarre font exchanges, creation of words to imitate sounds that interfere with the flow of the narrative, intrusive photographs that make the book less universal in appeal, quite a bit of back and forth relating of the story that stops the eye and concentration and a very heavy dollop of religious pauses that, yes, represent the author's beliefs, but that steer the story away from its drive.
These are all things an editor could easily fix and form the promo for the book it seems as though this is a work in progress. THAT is a healthy stance. The memoir is powerful and Geist has moments of superb writing skills displayed in many sections of the book. Is it great literature?
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No, but it could be even more impressive than it already is if the author plans to use this book as a starting point in a career of writing. War damages the soldier: war damages those who remain behind - whether that means the families of the soldiers sent away or the families of the country where the ear is being staged.
It causes chronic brain dysfunction even if there are no external signs of injury. Nathan Geist opens these facts for us in sharing his own rather difficult life and also offers a road to returning to wholeness after the war. Grady Harp Oct 15, Harrison Aye rated it it was amazing. I doubt you'll find a much more boots-on-the-ground, honest, and plainly-explained book that details the story of a soldier during the War in Afghanistan.
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Even though I am religiously and politically, though his politics are more subtly written the opposite of the author, I was never p I doubt you'll find a much more boots-on-the-ground, honest, and plainly-explained book that details the story of a soldier during the War in Afghanistan. Even though I am religiously and politically, though his politics are more subtly written the opposite of the author, I was never put off by the way he incorporates his beliefs into his story, and I would say that it has helped me find more understanding than anything. You will enjoy having Danger's voice in your head, and you'll learn a few things, too.
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Meet Mr. Charles Salvador, formerly Michael Gordon Peterson, all 5-foot and pounds of him. He has also gone by Charles Bronson, a change prompted by his boxing manager. Or simply Bronson , after a haunting, somewhat fictionalized biopic of that name. Today Salvador is a recipient of British government largesse via Wakefield prison, one of the largest and highest-security prisons in the U.
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But maybe that kind of rap sheet is what follows, given the sheer amount of time Salvador has logged in prison, more than 40 of his 62 years alive. About 36 of those, by press reckoning, have been in solitary confinement because of his inability to play well with others.
His artwork, though, and his writing — and a propensity for the kind of physical fitness that keeps him in fighting shape even in solitary — seem to serve as a salve for a soul unsettled. Very specifically to the tune of 11 Koestler Trust Awards, which honor art by prisoners, as well as 11 books and a mix of painted and illustrated artwork that disappeared from the London Underground just as quickly as it had appeared during a controversial two-week show back in He had a son during his first marriage, converted to Islam on the occasion of his second, renounced Islam and has just seen the business end of a decision to renounce violence.
A renunciation that probably has very little to do with the periodic campaigns for his release, the last of which got a 10,signature petition to the government, where it was subsequently ignored. The very act of completing these images may in a sense provide him a semblance of control and mastery over the very environment he feels forces him to lose control.
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