Books

Gallipoli

By Ray Macula / May 19, 2004 /

For a short time in 1915 British, French, Australian, New Zealander and Turkish soldiers killed themselves over a few stretches of beach, vying for the goal of Constantinople, aka Istanbul. Gallipoli is a dated book, written in the 1950s it still makes reference to the now defunct U.S.S.R. It is however rich with information and…

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The No Spin Zone

By Ryan Livingston / April 19, 2004 /

If you’ve not heard of Bill O’Reilly by now, you wouldn’t be interested in The No Spin Zone. It isn’t for those who’ve been unconscious all their life. Though if you are the least bit concerned with the world around you, then by all means, continue. Bill O’Reilly is a well-known (and to some, infamous)…

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Common Nonsense

By Ryan Livingston / February 20, 2004 /

America’s favorite curmudgeon is at it again with his recent book of essays entitled Common Nonsense. The book was written over a period of five years, complied of 154 writings written in no particular order. It covers a wide array of topics: Daily Life in America, Food & Drink, Heath and Doctors, Politics, Sports, Entertainment…

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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (the book)

By Ray Macula / July 13, 2003 /

Quite possibly one of the best literary accomplishments by the “Grand Master of Gonzo Journalism,” Fear and Loathing is the saga of the quest for the “American Dream” by one man and his Samoan lawyer. It begins with one Raul Duke on the road to Las Vegas to cover a motorcycle race in Las Vegas…

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The World’s Great Artillery

By Ray Macula / May 13, 2003 /

Halberstadt covers the past 702 or so years of artillery evolution.

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