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Edition: Eltham press
Date of issue: February 17th 2016
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The author of the book: Jamie Campbell
Language: English
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 6.10 MB

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"Hit first. Hit hard. Hit often."

As the first winter of who knew how many blows cold across the North Sea an unlikely ship sails on an important mission. A simple mission. Yet for the officers and men of HMS Cheltenham they soon learn that no mission is as simple as it seems. Not when the enemy have plans of their own. Not when you're out numbered and out gunned and smack in the middle of the first naval battle of the Second World War.
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The Mean Season is a tale of a ship and the men who took her to battle.

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Ebook The Mean Season: a 5,150 ton short story of the sea (Short Stories of the Sea) read Online! I am a pseudonym, a pen name, a nom de plume. As such, I don't exist in a real sense. I exist to the extent that He lets me exist - at least that's what He tells me.

I am tenuous at best. My very existence is threatened every day - unless I start to pay my way. The threats, the loathing - it really is no way to not quite exist.

I tell Him that I do exist, that I am published. That strangers like what I do, call me literary; lyrical too. I tell Him that I will last for ever - that my achievements are real, tangible - and don't only exist as electrons.

He says I am not real, my achievements are nugatory, transitory; piffling. I tell him that he ought to be like me: lyrical, beautiful - like a cloud. The cloud. He knows the cloud I talk of. The cloud, for what it was, looked close enough to touch; small enough to catch in a butterfly net.

He tells me to shut up. He tells me He has a day job - and it can not wait. And that the cloud is His, and not mine.

I hate Him.

I love him too.




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