'If you liked M.A.S.H. then you’ll love B.A.O.R.'
Book 3 in the B.A.O.R. trilogy finds Bombardier Sean Connolly halfway up a mountain looking at Sgt. Major Chindit’s pallor and it’s obvious he is not a well man. The Puma helicopter is grounded and has been rendered unserviceable. But the crucial supplies must reach the observation post at the top of Saddleback Mountain. Sean shouldn’t be trying to rehydrate the Sergeant Major in these scorching temperatures; he should be throwing him off the side of the mountain. Chindit had recently put Sean on a ‘charge’ - another stain on his military record. Why should he help him now?
Amidst escapades including windsurfing with bull-sharks, biting the heads off chickens, insulting the memory of Bob Marley, causing a riot, breaking a toe on a frog, an intriguing Guatemalan girl and the near death experience of a dislocated finger, Bombardier Sean Connolly brings his memoirs of The British Army on the Rampage to its climactic conclusion and finally leaves the poor people of Belize in peace!
'Military style books would be the last genre of book I would ever choose to read. However I felt a real compulsion to read this. Right from the word go, I could not put this book down, I could not wait to read what these crazy lads would be up to next. This is a very well written book which is passionate, witty and at times shocking to the core! Very few books make me laugh out loud these days but this one really did!’