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A Correction

Places in Between is, indeed, the second of Rory’s two books as KEP informed me. I finished it a couple days ago in Berlin. I picked up Occupational Hazards (Prince of the Marshes is printed under this title in the … Continue reading

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It’s going to be 78 degrees today…

Regent’s, here we come. I bought Rory Stewart’s Places In Between and can’t think of a better book to indulge in on a day like today. I guess I should have started with Prince of the Marshes…but oh well. Order … Continue reading

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Descent into Chaos

So I finished One Bullet Away and picked up From Beirut to Jerusalem again…turns out I had only read 85 pages. It was a little hard to get back into it because I feel a little saturated with the middle … Continue reading

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One Bullet Away

I’m taking a quick break from finishing up One Bullet Away by Nathaniel Fick to plug the book. It’s a great first hand account into the motivations and experiences of one marine officer in the early days of the U.S. … Continue reading

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