Free Read Only Child (Kindle Single) - by Christopher Meyer, Only Child (Kindle Single), Christopher Meyer, Only Child Kindle Single In this highly personal memoir Christopher Meyer tells the story of the father he never knew and the impact this had on him as an only child growing up in post war Britain His father Flight Lieutenant Reggie Meyer an RAF pilot was shot down and killed over the Greek island of Ikaria a few days before his son was born in Through his mothers diary and family paper, Free Read Only Child (Kindle Single) - by Christopher Meyer - Only Child (Kindle Single), Only Child Kindle Single In this highly personal memoir Christopher Meyer tells the story of the father he never knew and the impact this had on him as an only child growing up in post war Britain His father Flight Lieutena

  • Publication date‏:‎ November 11, 2013
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 1373 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage‏:‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 56 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Enabled

Only Child (Kindle Single)

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  1. I had a hard time finding a reason for this book It was a quick read, but characters were poorly developed I would recommend this only for those who are deeply interested in the history of WW ll.


  2. Very interesting and informative I would recommend this book to those interested in history I liked this book emensely Well written.


  3. I have just downloaded and started reading this book and can t put it down It is beautifully written and very moving.


  4. This is a personal memoir with a difference, indeed with several differences As British ambassador in Washington on 9 11 and during the run up to the Iraq project, Sir Christopher Meyer had a higher profile than ambassadors usually have, and his lively and controversial reminiscences in DC Confidential heightened the impact Back at home since his retirement his public image has gone on strengthening through his television documentaries and his frequent appearances on the media as panellist and p [...]


  5. Clearly, simply and honestly written And all the better for it A wonderful story that takes us through some key moments in our living history Rare.



  6. This short memoir all the poignant because it can be devoured almost at one sitting is a profoundly moving vignette on the effect of war on one family, and, especially, on one boy, who, in some ways, always remained a boy because he never knew his father, despite attaining high office The banishing of any true grief for many years and the various foiled attempts at a pilgrimage to the crash site of his father s wartime plane are beautifully painted with deep honesty and the final sentence broke [...]


  7. I am glad Christopher was able to trace what happened to his father and write about the loss experienced by the family It is written in a very factual way probably because the only way to survive a loss even if it is felt through a family member is by concentrating on living whilst searching for answers My eldest brother s father was lost presumed dead over the Adriatic and he was brought up by grandparents My mother never settled, a trait which seemed common when I looked into the families of t [...]