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Recent Reviews for Frederick Rodgers

Lily & Me (Book) - 1/22/2010 11:20:20 AM
Well it's 2:30 am here in Gander and I just finished reading Lily and Me. I must say I thoroughly enjoyed it! I can visualize (no doubt incorrectly, but clearly) the places you describe and the adventures, mishaps you encountered. I absolutely love your writing style! It feels like sitting around your kitchen table over a few drinks as you tell your tale. I particularly like how you interject stories to illustrate certain points that you make, even if they are far removed timewise(such as your later encounter with Shirley). This is what really makes it feel like listening to you tell it in person. I will have to wait until morning to start the sequel, because I have to work, and I am afraid that if I start it, the dawn will find me on board a submarine with you in some far flung port of call. Bravo! Author, Author! From Craig Churchill. Newfoundland.Canada

The Royal Navy & Me (Book) - 1/18/2010 4:56:21 AM
Well, you've done it again! I thoroughly enjoyed "The Royal Navy and Me", and have come to a couple of conclusions about you. You sir, are an incurable romantic and also what my friends and I would term "a shit magnet". (At least at times) Having done 5 years military time myself, I could certainly relate to the basic training tales, the precious time on leave and the carousing crammed in whenever able. I can also appreciate the amount of dignity required to keep from "going native" completely and retaining one's drawers! I have just finished a midnight shift at work and am now enjoying a tot in honour of your literary achievements and your Birthday. Many happy returns. Craig

The Submariner's Story (Headed to Crush Depth (Short Story) - 11/27/2007 1:56:37 PM
very imformative!! great writing!!!

A Touch of Blarney ( aboard the submarine Totem (Article) - 11/3/2008 12:33:25 PM
I loved reading this, Ben. Maybe it's because I have the salt in my hair (what's left of it)or should that be 'in my blood?'

A Touch of Blarney ( aboard the submarine Totem (Article) - 1/10/2008 9:30:10 PM
Well young Ben, you have done it again. A charming read and a happy ending. Just to show that I am picky, can you do something at 'not a permanent member of the crew ?? loaning etc---' is there room for a coma or 'so' in there ? maybe it's just me. Take care Ben. I look foreward to reading more. Kev,

A Submariners Story (True Life) (Article) - 11/25/2007 7:42:32 PM
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