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Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery on millions of eligible domestic and international items, in addition to exclusive access to movies, TV shows, and more. Aug 01, Barbra rated it really liked it. Enjoyed as much as Book 1, although I did skip over the sport and political entries Jul 05, Anirudh rated it really liked it. It's a diary what can i say? Bleak, dreary and a disturbing life in prison. But Archer makes it all the more gripping.
Jul 07, Andrea Robinson rated it really liked it. Thankful I have 3 right here. Very interesting. The choosing of the title is brilliant. Prison diarys Absolutely brilliant quite scary how a totally innocent man can be set up by a corrupt judge and politicians. Jan 03, Laura Kitchen rated it really liked it. A good read. Enjoyed it. Mar 19, Elaine rated it really liked it.
Another easy interesting read. May 31, Laura Boudreau rated it it was amazing.
Beautifully done, as are all his books, and the artwork is a wonderful addition. Nov 11, Rich Evans rated it it was ok. Title says it all. Feb 02, Joan Fisher rated it really liked it Shelves: j-archer. Brutally honest. Imagine the experience was monotonous. Jan 07, C.
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Enjoyable This book follows nicely on from the first installment and I look forward to reading the final book. Good insight to life inside prisons and how they are run Archer knows how to capture the reader's interest. Feb 05, Dr. Archer was able to buy a beautiful emerald for his very worthy wife as a Christmas gift, even as he was in prison - but if he is able to figure out why he is victimised, and who are the powers really behind it, he is not saying.
He is a citizen of UK, and as such won't be able to articulate the truth if he has any suspicions of where it all came from.
But it was all clear even as it began, the whole smear campaign that unbelievably blew into this kangaroo court case and the incarceration. Barone Archer was able to buy a beautiful emerald for his very worthy wife as a Christmas gift, even as he was in prison - but if he is able to figure out why he is victimised, and who are the powers really behind it, he is not saying. Baroness Nicholson lied about his misdeal with red cross funds for Kurds, not for a frolic without a fear of reprieve but due to perhaps orders from above, perhaps merely a nudge that she was happy to oblige for her own satisfaction.
Potts, who knows if he was pressured, blackmailed, or none of the above, merely presented a case of preservation of some authorities higher above in the nation.
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Fact is he was and is victimised for being a friend of Diana, the Princess of Wales one would say late if it were not really that it seems so unreal, even apart from the fact that there won't be another until William is married and PoW , the Queen of Hearts. He is getting off much lighter at that, compared to Charles Spencer, the brother of Diana - he had his children taken away from him by the divorce that came after death of Diana, and who can say if that was a natural course of events or if Lady Spencer was really persuaded by those that disapproved of Charles telling it like it is and being applauded at the funeral?
If she really was persuaded, moreover, who knows how it was done, with threats, or blackmail?
Fact is Charles Spencer is now alone, having lost his family for being the only relative of Diana to be able to defend her, to speak of the beautiful woman with glowing terms unlike the disparagement fashionable in highbrow circles along with a excusing of her being supplanted with a mistress by her husband with a "she was not intellectual enough" hello, was or is her husband a nobel prize contender in science?
Even a postgraduate degree holder from Oxbridge? A first? Or even right in England. English history after all is replete with such disposing off of inconvenient persona. Nov 30, Ray Kelly rated it did not like it. I am a lifelong fan of Jeffrey Archer so I am likely to read all his books. Having been disappointed by the first book about his prison life, I was not surprised that the second book was equally banal. Clearly his time in Wayland is much more pleasant than the time he spent at the maximum-security facility showcased in the first book.
After making the right connections, 'Jeff', as he likes to be known in the slammer, was able to use his considerable fortune to buy decent food, extra phone cards and even have his laundry done. Prison should be a monotonous and humiliating experience where a talented writer like Archer can be inspired to great introspection. Archer does how us all the monotony and some of the humiliation of prison life, but rarely does he show any introspection.
His writing style reverts to comic banality. At one moment he's remembering discussions with fellow Conservative politicians about the future of the party; the next he's complaining about the prison menu. Avoid this book at all costs. Archer continues his prison diaries with 67 days in Wayland Prison in Norfolk.
Transferred from the double-A category high security prison of Belmarsh Hell he now views himself in Purgatory in the Medium security of category C Wayland. Perhaps it was because I had got over the shock of Prison life and who Archer can often find himself mixing Archer continues his prison diaries with 67 days in Wayland Prison in Norfolk. On saying that though, there are still plenty of insightful parts as he tells prisoners stories and inner-most feelings.
There is quite a large story running thorough as he strikes an art and gem deal with an inmate which is quite interesting to find out if it pans out.
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Altogether a little more run-of-the-mill than the first book, but still a good view of prison life and the state of our prisons. Nov 22, Jan rated it really liked it Shelves: read-on-kindle. I didn't expect to find this series interesting, and indeed put off reading the first book for quite a while.