The Hummingbird Saint ebook
by Hector MacDonald
The Hummingbird Saint Paperback – July 31, 2004. by Hector MacDonald (Author). This book has an interesting, semi-believable plot which touches on some very meaningful existential and ethical questions.
The Hummingbird Saint Paperback – July 31, 2004. Although the book is not of the same caliber as "The Mind Game", it is still rather good and easy to get lost into.
Hector Macdonald is a writer and strategic communications consultant
Hector Macdonald is a writer and strategic communications consultant. He has advised the leaders of some of the world’s top corporations in industries as diverse as financial services, telecoms, technology, and healthcare. He is also the bestselling author of four novels. The Hummingbird Saint and The Storm Prophet followed, and then Hector turned to spy fiction with Rogue Elements. His first non-fiction book, Truth: How the Many Sides to Every Story Shape Our Reality, was published in 2018. Hector grew up on the coast of Kenya and now lives in London.
If you're looking for a pleasant, easy read - then choose something else. This has a good story, which seems a bit fragmented at first, an interesting plot and clearly drawn characters
If you're looking for a pleasant, easy read - then choose something else. This has a good story, which seems a bit fragmented at first, an interesting plot and clearly drawn characters. You could, however, find yourself drawn into considering questions of morality and ethics - your own or those of the characters. A thought provoking book but these thoughts may not be ones that you want to encourage. Find similar books Profile. With dreams of a house in Spain and a champagne lifestyle, Freddy was after a straight million
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Major-General Sir Hector Archibald MacDonald, KCB, DSO (Scottish Gaelic: Eachann Gilleasbaig MacDhòmhnaill; 4 March 1853 – 25 March 1903), also known as Fighting Mac, was a Victorian soldier. The son of a crofter, MacDonald left school before he was 15, enlisted in the Gordon Highlanders as a private at 17, and finished his career as a major general, a rare example of a British Army general who rose through the ranks on merit alone.
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July 2004 : UK Paperback
July 2004 : UK Paperback.
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