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by Lee Westbrook

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ISBN:
0944372066
Author:
Lee Westbrook
Language:
English
Publisher:
Nissi Pub. (August 19, 1996)
Pages:
258 pages
EPUB book:
1239 kb
FB2 book:
1461 kb
DJVU:
1389 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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The Broken Sword is a fantasy novel by American writer Poul Anderson, originally published in 1954. The original text was returned to print by Gollancz in 2002. The book tells the story of Skafloc, elven-fosterling and originally son of Orm the Strong. The story begins with the marriage of Orm the Strong and Aelfrida of the English

Broken Sword is a franchise centered on a series of adventure games. The first game in the series, Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars, was released in 1996 by English video game company Revolution Software

Broken Sword is a franchise centered on a series of adventure games. The first game in the series, Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars, was released in 1996 by English video game company Revolution Software. The first sequel, Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror, was released a year later, and was followed by three more sequels: Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon in 2003, Broken Sword: The Angel of Death in 2006, and Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse in 2013

The first novel of the acclaimed Sun Sword series introduces readers to a war-torn world of noble houses divided and demon lords unleashed. Tor Leonne-the heart of the Dominion of Annagar.

The first novel of the acclaimed Sun Sword series introduces readers to a war-torn world of noble houses divided and demon lords unleashed.

Этот предмет несовместим с Broken Sword 5 - the Serpent's Curse. Breaking the seal: Give coffee to Moue. Speak to Moue about everything. He will eventually tell you that he is tired, but can’t accept a hot drink while on duty because of a little incident. Пожалуйста, прочитайте справочную статью, почему этот предмет может не работать в Broken Sword 5 - the Serpent's Curse. Доступность: скрытый. Этот предмет виден только вам, администраторам и тем, кто будет отмечен как создатель.

Betrayal, rejection and a sense of futility are not what a professional soldier expected to face after two tours as a Vietnam helicopter pilot. But they were there and the effect on veterans and their families was devastating. A story of healing.
  • Blackbeard
I met Lee Westbrook for the first time in person in a "Reunion" for his 57th Assault Helicopter Company members as a guest standing in for a friend from New York who could not make the trip at that time. I was not a member of the 57th AHC at any time.

From the way the men there spoke of him I almost thought it might be in his honor they assembled from all over the country but it was a planned reunion for all that took place periodically at a different place in the country each time, I think about every 2 years or so..

Any way I know a few of his former Gunners and Crew Chiefs and from their assessment of the man knew I had to talk to him and in doing so we became E Mail contacts since that time.

He was ailing at the time and in a wheel chair and though it has been many years since that in person meeting he did pass on in June of this year, 2011 and I immediately set out to get his book to read to find out about his life a bit more and to possibly share with actual members of his old companies while in the Army, him doing 2 tours in Viet Nam and was lucky enough to find a copy on Amazon.com from a vendor in New York, had a dedication in it too, hand written by Lee,"Tex" as his men called him and as I picked up on as he said, "Call me Tex" when I spoke to him or addressed him as either Lee or Mr. Westbrook in E Mails.

Anyone with a Veteran for a husband or son or father should find something in this book of interest, possibly in common if Viet Nam Veteran they happen to be and it speaks from the heart of "Tex" as a man who has seen things and shared his thoughts openly without holding back mentioning his triumphs as well as anything he considered failures.

The book is a fast read of 258 pages that you will end up not wanting to place a bookmark in, it holds one's interest all the way through and for me makes me sorry I never went to visit him when invited.

A quote from one who flew with him went something like this, that person never read Tex's book but said this, " I would have flown into Hell with him if he needed me to "..... I will credit that quote with initials only "M.J.K." for the man that made it in case he ends up here somehow searching for the book.

Anybody that flew in the wars of any era will probably find something in common in this book too, Pilots are a rare breed and stand out from the ground soldiers and with that said I recommend this Book to anyone interested in how Christianity came into a life and changed it forever too....

R.I.P. "Tex" and as one posting on your "Memorial" said, "Get the LZ ready for the others in your group who are not there yet"...

I did not serve with Tex Westbrook but as fate would have it did meet him after all mentioned in his book was many years in the past and wish the best for his survivors especially his wife whom he married and stayed married to for life.

As far as the transaction for the book went, ordered shipped arrived, all fast and in good shape against damage in shipment..

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  • SiIеnt
a bit of self=righteous BS, can you imagine from a soldier