Discussion in 'Ian's Corner - Discussion' started by ADMIN, Nov 9, 2008.

Forgotten Heroes

  1. ADMIN

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    This is a thread for discussion of the article, Forgotten Heroes By Ian McMurchy. Here you can ask questions or make comments about the article.

     
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  2. Coyboy

    Coyboy Well-Known Member

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    very interesting perspective Ian, I enjoyed the read.
     

  3. MT4XFore

    MT4XFore Well-Known Member

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    Ian, you are such a master of story telling.
    Forgotten Heroes is such a treat! I never in my life thought I would ever read a story from a bullet's perspective. What a great idea. Thanks for the enjoyment.
    Jim
     
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  4. Tang

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    A great read ! Kind of reminds me of the opening scene of "Lord of War"
     
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    Ian, that was a great story. A very interesting and entertaining read!
     
  6. glsheldon

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    Great story! I loved "walking in a bullet's shoes"!
     
  7. kc

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    For a moment, I was taken back to that sandbar, the sound from the right side of me, there was a man in a checerd plad coat pointing, saying its a great shot he's down watch him! as I noticed this beast started to stand and another shot was fired as the man on my right side yelled out send another, as I pulled the trigger the beast fell and moved no more.

    Oh this was a great piece of wrighting.
    Thank you. KC.
     
  8. jimmight

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    Forgotten Heroes is such a treat! I never in my life thought I would ever read a story from a bullet's perspective. What a great idea. Thanks for the enjoyment.