Seamus Kearney  🔖answers thirteen questions in Booker's Dozen. 

 Reading Aloud And Allowed


TPQ: What are you currently reading?

SK: Peiper's War - SS Leader Jochen Peiper - by Danny Parker.
 
TPQ: Best and worst books you have ever read?

SK:  Best book read - Che Guevara, A Revolutionary Life, by Jon Lee Anderson. Worst book read: Globalisation by Thomas Eriksen. 

TPQ: Book most cherished as a child?

SK: The 39 Steps by John Buchan 

TPQ: Favourite Childhood author?

SK: Agatha Christie.

TPQ: First book to really own you.

SK: Tess of the D' Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy.

Front of Kansas City Library, Missouri

TPQ: Favourite male and female author?

SK: Antony Beevor 📖 Naomi Klein. 

TPQ:
A preference for fact or fiction?

SK: Fact.

TPQ: Biography, autobiography or memoir that most impressed you.

SK: Thumbs Up by Thomas Kearney (my son). 

TPQ: Any author or book you point blank refuse to read?

SK: Jackie Collins.

TPQ: A book to share with somebody so that they would more fully understand you.

SK: No Greater Love - The Memoirs of Seamus Kearney.


TPQ: Last book you gave as a present?

SK: Afgantsy: The Russians In Afghanistan, 1979-1989 by Rodric Braithwaite.

TPQ:
Book you would most like to see turned into a movie?

SK: Nothing But An Unfinished Song by Denis O'Hearn.

TPQ: The just must - select one book you simply have to read before you close the final page on life.
 
SK: The Lakota Way by Joseph Marshall lll.

📚 Seamus Kearney is a former Blanketman and author of  No Greater Love - The Memoirs of Seamus Kearney.

Booker's Dozen 📚 Seamus Kearney

Seamus Kearney  🔖answers thirteen questions in Booker's Dozen. 

 Reading Aloud And Allowed


TPQ: What are you currently reading?

SK: Peiper's War - SS Leader Jochen Peiper - by Danny Parker.
 
TPQ: Best and worst books you have ever read?

SK:  Best book read - Che Guevara, A Revolutionary Life, by Jon Lee Anderson. Worst book read: Globalisation by Thomas Eriksen. 

TPQ: Book most cherished as a child?

SK: The 39 Steps by John Buchan 

TPQ: Favourite Childhood author?

SK: Agatha Christie.

TPQ: First book to really own you.

SK: Tess of the D' Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy.

Front of Kansas City Library, Missouri

TPQ: Favourite male and female author?

SK: Antony Beevor 📖 Naomi Klein. 

TPQ:
A preference for fact or fiction?

SK: Fact.

TPQ: Biography, autobiography or memoir that most impressed you.

SK: Thumbs Up by Thomas Kearney (my son). 

TPQ: Any author or book you point blank refuse to read?

SK: Jackie Collins.

TPQ: A book to share with somebody so that they would more fully understand you.

SK: No Greater Love - The Memoirs of Seamus Kearney.


TPQ: Last book you gave as a present?

SK: Afgantsy: The Russians In Afghanistan, 1979-1989 by Rodric Braithwaite.

TPQ:
Book you would most like to see turned into a movie?

SK: Nothing But An Unfinished Song by Denis O'Hearn.

TPQ: The just must - select one book you simply have to read before you close the final page on life.
 
SK: The Lakota Way by Joseph Marshall lll.

📚 Seamus Kearney is a former Blanketman and author of  No Greater Love - The Memoirs of Seamus Kearney.

1 comment:

  1. Mick Hall comments

    Che Guevara, A Revolutionary Life, by Jon Lee Anderson is one of my favourites too. It is without a doubt a very fine book I also agree with his choice of Antony Beevor. A lot of leftists and Republicans don’t read his books because of his class position, I believe that’s a mistake as he is a very fine writer and historian. Afgantsy: The Russians In Afghanistan, 1979-1989 is the type of book you don’t hear much of today as the ruling classes don’t want people to know it was them who first funded the Taliban and Bin Laden, what happened next was blowback.

    Thanks for sharing this Seamus well worth a read.

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