Nor the Years Condemn

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
At the beginning of World War 2, Britain was in the deepest trouble imaginable. 5 minutes flying time away crouched a monster. Alone against it, Britain called out to her Empire. For pilots. From all corners of that Empire, they volunteered. Only the best & brightest were chosen. Daniel Quinn was one of these young men who came to fly against the monster. They had a 1-in-3 chance of survival. More

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About Justin Sheedy

Justin had his first book, ‘Goodbye Crackernight’, published in 2009, a comic memoir of growing up in 1970s Australia, back in a long-lost era when a child’s proudest possession was not a Playstation but a second-hand bike. ‘Goodbye Crackernight’ was so warmly received by Australian readers that it secured Justin a place on the program of the prestigious Byron Bay Writers’ Festival 2010 and is currently orderable through all bookstores and online. For details and to read excerpts and rave reviews of ‘Goodbye Crackernight’, visit Crackernight.com. There you’ll also find Justin’s many short stories and articles, all free to read and enjoy. Justin would love to hear from you and share your thoughts on his latest book, ‘Nor the Years Condemn’, which has just been released as a print-on-demand paperback at Amazon to excellent Reviews - see below. Feel free to contact Justin and leave a comment at the book’s Facebook page, at Justin’s personal Facebook page, on Twitter (Justin_Sheedy) or at his blog, Crackernight.com. He lives in Sydney, Australia.

Reviews

Review by: Denise Boneham on Aug. 24, 2012 :
Having watched this novel by Justin Sheedy for sometime on Facebook I was predisposed to like it even before I read it. I was not disappointed one iota. It has the feel of a biography because it reads so authentically.
The characters are developed well and things happen to them that having read books by veterans of the era could well have happened. Good research Justin!
I laughed and cried through the novel and was really glad of the ending.
I read this on Kindle and couldnt put it down - read it in one sitting....
Looking forward to seeing your next novel Justin but can you make it a Bomber Command one (pretty please). The Sydney Regional Aircrew Group might be good contacts for you for a start.... And maybe ABC will make it into a mini series?
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Denise Boneham on Aug. 24, 2012 : (no rating)
Having watched this novel by Justin Sheedy for sometime on Facebook I was predisposed to like it even before I read it. I was not disappointed one iota. It has the feel of a biography because it reads so authentically.
The characters are developed well and things happen to them that having read books by veterans of the era could well have happened. Good research Justin!
I laughed and cried through the novel and was really glad of the ending.
I read this on Kindle and couldnt put it down - read it in one sitting....
Looking forward to seeing your next novel Justin but can you make it a Bomber Command one (pretty please). The Sydney Regional Aircrew Group might be good contacts for you for a start.... And maybe ABC will make it into a mini series?
(reviewed long after purchase)

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