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Pirates of Tarutao: A Novel of Southeast Asia (Englisch) Taschenbuch – August 1994


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Exciting all through the whole book! 25. Februar 2000
Von Meena Thamchaipenet - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The book is real intriguing and very exciting to follow till the end. It shows the author's in-depth research and knowledge about what really happened during the World War II in South East Asia, its geography and culture. It is a good mixture between a historical piece and a fiction! A Thai reader can read a Thai version too. Good translation.
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Piracy alive and well 14. September 2001
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I was just returing from my second month long trip in Thailand when i picked this book up at Bankok International.
What a great read, I couldn't put it down. The historical facts souronding and leading up to all the events are unbelievable.
Maybe it's my own personal biaists that make this book so likeable, a love for the Thai culture and a historic respect for pirates throughout the ages. I haven't stop thinking about these characters and events since I read this story months ago. In fact, i'm so bummed that I hadn't read this book before I went to Thailand. I would have gone to the Island of Tarutao (now a national park) for a historical visit. I quess the best thing about this book is that it is based on real life events, so much stuff they don't teach you in American High Schools. Neat to hear the flip side of events and stories. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.
(I hope this will be a great movie. (It should be if Hollyhype producers don't get a hold of it and change everything) In fact I would love to be in this movie as a extra if there is a way???
Any reason to go back to the land of Buddahs is a great reason.
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KJ 11. April 2000
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
While I suppose the story is good, the book is written at a seventh grade reading level. Maybe this is okay if English is not your first language (or if you happen to be 13 years old). Should make for a good movie.
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Fun if you want to learn, not if you want to be entertained. 22. Mai 2000
Von V. Boren - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
A lot like a textbook, but if you don't know much about Thailand, this sure would entertain you quite well. The simple language might get in the way a little bit. Then again, being written in a second language for an audience who are not familiar with Thai culture, you've got to give the man a break.
The movie is being made. And now CBS's Survivor is going to this island as their next destination. :)
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