Jumuro Hell Prison Diary, book 1 by FF At time sad, at time eye opening, the experience opened his eyes to deficiencies in the British prison system that extends beyond the ordinary complaints of privilege seeking convicts to elevate actual belmafsh that he with his extensive contacts can actually impact. If you want a thrill, read fiction. Apr 11, Mie rated it really liked it Shelves: He is married to Mary Archer, a scientist specialising in solar power. Its all been said on here. Jul 04, Richard Mulholland rated it it was amazing Shelves: Share this by email: He contrives to make his complaints merely querulous, even where justified and there is no doubt that our prisons heap unnecessary petty humiliations upon prisoners, usually through inefficiency.
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I downloaded one of his free short-stories back in the winter from his "And Thereby Hangs a Tale" collection, and after just a few paragraphs in, I was immediately taken on an amazingly tantalising and tactile journey that pulled my emotions along in a very seamless manner.
His story-telling skills are incredibly sharp and finely-honed, and in that regard, he reminds me very much of Dan Brown or J. They may not be literary giants, but they know how to tell a whopping great story. When I read his words, all I care about is what happens next. I think his novels are cracking good escapism. So there! I was however a bit apprehensive about reading his first prison diary. Well, no, actually. There was very little of that. Instead the insight into the prison service and some of its more off-the-wall rules had me laughing, crying and full of righteous indignation as the book I make no apology for being an avid Jeffrey Archer fan.
Instead the insight into the prison service and some of its more off-the-wall rules had me laughing, crying and full of righteous indignation as the book progressed. Come on! People inside are there to be punished.
JoJokinos His story-telling skills are incredibly sharp and finely-honed, and in that regard, he reminds me very much of Dan Brown or J. The good old British class system automatically kicks in, even in prison — and people know their place. Oct 23, Terry Robin rated it really liked it. I also wonder if his fellow inmates appreciated him printing their anecdotes and conversations, especially as he quotes some of them as asking him not to repeat certain things which he goes on to recount in detail. Volume 1 — Hell Author s: More from the web.
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He ticks every box. We shake hands, and I go back to the glass cell. I only have to wait for a few more moments before a young lady in prison uniform asks me to accompany her to the medical wing. I grab my plastic bag and follow her. We climb three floors of green iron steps before we reach our destination.