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Spectator E-Book Receives Highly Recommended 5-Star Review

E-Book: Hands
Across The Desert. By Selwyn Manning - Published by
Multimedia Investments Limited.E-Book: Hands Across The Desert by New Zealand journalist Selwyn Manning has received a Five Star ‘Highly Recommended” review from USA based e-book site

Cebooks editor Jerry Justianto said Hands across The Desert is a courageous piece of writing considering the pressure journalists and authors are under to toe the official line.

Hands Across The Desert details the build-up of Israeli forces against the Palestinian Authority from December 2001 to May 2002. It examines the issues from both a polarised-political perspective and also presents eyewitness accounts from inside the West Bank, accounts made possible due to the advent of independent foreign affairs reporting - journalism that uses the internet medium to bring happenings virtually immediate to the audience, as they happen. . It is subtitled: “A Chronological Anthology of Middle East Reportage by news agency.”

“The ebook offers a fair and balance alternative source that the TV that we used to watch. The ebook itself is 3MB and with lots of interesting (some disturbing) pictures. It does not have copy protection, so you can convert it to Adobe Pocket PC Reader, but you might loose the original 2 column format. I highly recommend this ebook! 5 stars,” said Jerry Justianto – editor

“I highly recommend this e-book! 5 stars,” Justianto wrote.

Click here for a review of the E-Book: Hands
Across The Desert...

US$7.50 - Hands Across The Desert - © 2002 Multimedia Investments Limited - Author Selwyn Manning.


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