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Is aliados da Etiópia Jake Barton um aventureiro americano apaixonado por carros blindados; Gareth Swales um ex militar britânico ligado ao tráfico de armas; e Vicky Camberwell uma talentosa jornalista nova ioruina ue coloca todo o seu prestígio ao serviço da luta anti fascist. Ethiopia The name itself brings up certain thoughts certain ideas Perhaps for some the association is with the Nile while for others it could be Haile Selassie whose name might have a far wider recognition than the country he served This book however did not overly describe it’s affiliations and as such I picked it up without knowing it had to do with the country I did not even know which period it would end up describing All I knew was the Wilbur Smith likes writing about AfricaSo one can wonder at my reaction when the pages turned on and I realized that indeed we would be looking at Ethiopia and the mid 1930’s Given I chose to review this ahead of several others that are in my list I’d characterize it as ‘unalloyed joy’ The book did not disappoint either Very readable it covers three Europeans who end up in service to the Crown Prince and their actions in getting to the country with contraband goods and then the beginning of the Italian invasionThe Italians in fact also deserve a mention While I know that some of the people — say Generals Emilio de Bono and Pietro Badoglio — were representative of their real personalities most of the lower ranking people were fictional Yet the characters were believable if perhaps over exaggerated in the author’s wish open to misinterpretation to make the Italian Fascists look conceited I truly enjoyed reading about the adventures of Count Aldo Belli though I often hoped karma would get him Read the book to find out if it didAs such this has been one of my favourite novels of this year However the reduced star must be commented on I found the author’s overt need to sexualize everything entirely unnecessary Even scenes which should have been terrifying were turned into jokes on the main female character and her body This took us further from the considered historical adventure to a book that I have a lot reservations about — especially for whom this is appropriate This review was originally posted on my blog

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Um brutal episódio verídico o ataue das tropas italianas de Benito Mussolini contra as tribos etíopes de Hailé Selassié em 1935 e um complexo triângulo amoroso são os ingredientes desta empolgante obra de Wilbur Smith O antigo projecto de dominar a África Oriental é aui re. I've seen this book a lot over the years It always seems to be in one charity shop or another and to be honest that put me off a little Sure you can always find a Wilber Smith book in the charity shops he's an old school author with a lot of books you could say the same about Stephen King or Jack Higgins but why always this book Well I decided to give it a try a few weeks ago and I have absolutely no idea why it's given up so often because I loved itTrue I would have enjoyed action and the ending left much to be desired with none of the villains of the book ever really reaping the rewards of their misdeeds but it's a great adventure book with all of that gritty south African realism that makes Smith's books so enjoyable even if they do tend to leave a rather nasty aftertaste Coreys Pony Is Missing (Pony Tails, contra as tribos etíopes de Hailé Selassié em 1935 e um Dear George And Other Stories complexo triângulo amoroso são os ingredientes desta empolgante obra de Wilbur Smith O antigo projecto de dominar a África Oriental é aui re. I've seen this book a lot over the years It always seems to be in one Social Creature charity shop or another and to be honest that put me off a little Sure you Misplaced Loyalty (Meredith & Hodge, can always find a Wilber Smith book in the A Pocketful of Crows charity shops he's an old school author with a lot of books you A Love Like Ours could say the same about Stephen King or Jack Higgins but why always this book Well I decided to give it a try a few weeks ago and I have absolutely no idea why it's given up so often because I loved itTrue I would have enjoyed action and the ending left much to be desired with none of the villains of the book ever really reaping the rewards of their misdeeds but it's a great adventure book with all of that gritty south African realism that makes Smith's books so enjoyable even if they do tend to leave a rather nasty aftertaste

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Tomado pelos invasores italianos sob o comando do rancoroso coronel Aldo Belli ue contra todas as expectativas encontra pela frente uma heróica resistência dos etíopes armados somente com lanças espadas e velhas carabinas É neste cenário turbulento ue intervêm três ocidenta. This is fairly early Wilbur Smith It is easy to see that he has not fully developed his style or skill The first part of the book moves uite slowly as the characters and situation are introduced Later on the booked moved at closer to the breakneck speed he became famous forThe book deals with the Italian fascist invasion of Ethiopia a pretty unusual topic Smith is well known for careful research so I assume the events and culture are fairly close to reality The campaign described is particularly brutal which is the reality of war Unfortunately the action revolves around an American and a Brit and a beautiful white female they are both pursuing with as much vigor as they are engaging in stopping the Italians There were Ethiopian characters that could have taken primary roles and I think Smith might have given natives greater roles if he had written this book later in his careerIt is an entertaining read about a fairly obscure topic

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