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Honour by [feeney, M. B.]
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An anthology of short stories by M. B. Feeney

The world is filled with people destined to help and to serve. Doctors, nurses, police, and firefighters—each and every day, these special people work to help others in times of need. Often, this means putting their own lives at risk in order to do their jobs. They give of themselves to benefit society, and they do it without any expectation of thanks.

And then there is the military…

These are the men and women who don’t head home to their families and safe homes to relax at the end of a shift. They are on the front lines, far from home and often fighting someone else’s battles because it is the right thing to do. Military families struggle to cope with the constant worry and the long periods of separation, staying strong to support those who serve in everything they do, and often are left to pick up the pieces when the highest price is paid.

Servicemen and women are heroes in the purest sense of the word. Even when the world’s gone mad and their hearts are breaking, one thing remains unchanged.

About the Author

M. B. Feeney is an army brat who finally settled down in Birmingham, UK with her other half, two kids and a dog. Currently at university studying for her BA (Hons) in primary teaching, she procrastinates on her assignments by listening to music of all genres and trying to get ‘just one more paragraph’ written on whichever WIP is open. She is also a serious doodler and chocoholic. Writing has been her one true love ever since she could spell, and publishing is the final culmination of her hard work and ambition. Her publishing career began with two novellas, and she currently has a novel under way whilst Honour, a compilation of her own military based shorts, is due for release 1st November 2013. Always having something on the go can often lead to block which eventually gets dissolved by good music and an even better book.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 460 KB
  • Print Length: 124 pages
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  • Publisher: M. B. Feeney; 1 edition (Oct. 29 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GBF743E
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa187ca08) out of 5 stars 22 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb39ed63c) out of 5 stars A MUST READ!!!! Dec 8 2013
By Crystal's Many Reviewers - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
During my reading of this book, I was moved on many different levels. There were parts of the story that made me cry like a little girl, and there were some parts that brought a huge smile to my face. This book will bring up many different emotions in you and keep you wanting to read more and more of it.
With everything going on with the war overseas, this book will completely touch you because some parts of this book have recent “events” happening in it. The book does do flashbacks, but not in the way that you are thinking. It goes back and forth in time telling stories of many different soldiers and the stories of their lives.
We hear a lot of stories of the family members left behind, well in this book, we get to see things through the service members eyes.
Overall, this book is a complete MUST READ if you have any feelings towards military members; past, present and future.

*Received an ARC for honest review*
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb39e7db0) out of 5 stars Good read Nov. 5 2013
By T London - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Honour is a book of short stories, letters even, that show us both sides of military life. We are able to feel the pain and loss of death, the longing for those who are left at home and those sent to war. We read about babies that will never meet their fathers, sons who see the emotional damage from what their fathers witness during their service. Mothers, fathers, siblings and girlfriends who are left wondering why their hero died. She even takes us back in the past, where the only option for one soldier was to leave his post and run.

This book was deeply emotional for me at times, as I do know what it is like to have the Marines show up at your door to tell you that life will never be the same again. I did love that she was able to take a short story and show us both sides of the military. It is very well written and she has a way of drawing our emotions to the surface as we read about our heroes.

What I didn't care for in the book, was each story would get to the point I was sucked in, I wanted to know what happen. It was at those times I noticed she moved on to a different family and I never felt like I had any closure from those I had been reading about. Maybe this was her plan, to remind us that war is hell and there never is full closure. As an author once told me the goal is to leave the reader wanting more, well this author did that. I can't say I am fond of how this book jumped around, but she did leave me wanting more from each part of the book.

Be prepared to cry, especially if you are like me who falls apart watching videos of homecomings and Christmas segments where the military personal tells their loved ones they miss them. I have a soft spot for heroes of this kind, so I was feeling pretty raw at times reading this book. There are a lot of British slang that you will need to adjust to, but that isn't a huge downfall for me with this book. I would say I liked everything but the jumping around and not completing the story to a point I felt I could move on, but as I stated, this could be one brilliant move on this authors part. I would be willing to pick up another book of hers just to find the answers to the many questions I was left with.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa486ccd4) out of 5 stars Life in the Military Nov. 8 2013
By Lindsey Gray - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
A grieving woman's memories. A solider's decision. A husband's duty to his country. A family's letters to their solider. A father's legacy. A hero's welcome. Six short glimpses into the lives of the world's military and the lives of the people who love them.

Through these short stories told from a variety of view points, M.B. Feeney is able to convey the true emotions of each character. I was able to experience those feelings with each word. Grief, loss, love, and triumph wrapped up in only 122 pages. Each story is a small victory for Feeney and the ability to tell these stories in a unique conglomeration of ways.

After each heart tugging story, I had to take a breather to get each conveyed sentiment under control. If Feeney can elicit these responses from these short stories, I can't wait to read any other stories this author has to offer.

Thanks so much to M.B. Feeney for granting me with a copy of "Honour" in exchange for an honest review.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1bd00c0) out of 5 stars A very timely read Nov. 16 2013
By Lorenz Font - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
First and foremost, let me say that this is a well-written book. It gave us moments to reflect on the life our military heroes lead. It also gives us a glimpse of the struggles their loved ones have to endure during their absence, and at times, the pain of burying a husband, a wife, a friend, a mother, a father or a son and daughter.

Honour is a compilation of short stories, even letters that deals with the ravages of war and the horror of its after effects. The author vividly depicted the conflicts a soldier faced for making a tough choice to serve the country.

This is the first time I read Ms. Feeney’s work and I’m pleased to say that this won’t be my last. Each story no matter how short was heartfelt, raw and tore my heart to pieces. I guess each writer’s goal is to leave their readers wanting more, and Ms. Feeney succeeded with this, because she left me wanting to read more.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa181d1ec) out of 5 stars Review for Honour Nov. 12 2013
By Amazon customer - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
What a poignant and emotional read. Each story was so well written, and gave an insight as to the struggles, challenges and sacrifices those in the armed forces and their families face in order to protect their country.

I found myself pulled in to each and every story, and how a soldier serving ones country can impact on those around them, their experiences leaving an indelible mark and changing lives forever.

If you want your heartstrings tugged, check out this collection. Well worth a read, as are every one of M B Feeney's stories.