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The Hunting Trip A Novel of Love and War

Nt of the US Army Counterintelligence Corps in postwar Germany play a key role in the defection of a Soviet officer and then court danger as a courier for the CIA marry an Austrian ballet dancer of ferocious mien become a renowned bestselling novelist and meet the. References are made inside the the story that The Hunting Trip is a romance novel and includes lots of sex Basically it is the story of Phil Williams and his transition from soldier to writer intertwined with several sub plots While readable it is not at the standard of The Corps and other works which were written under the WEB Griffin pen name

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Love of his life on a hunting trip to ScotlandYet all of this and a great deal awaits him in a raucous series of adventures across Europe and the United States that will have readers laughing cheering and propulsively turning the pages to discover what happens next. WAY too contrivedButterworth wants SO badly to be a humorous writer but fails miserably Every good comic knows pacing and timing and flow Butterworth fails at the zany and the wacky exactly because this book is TOO zany and TOO wacky He s trying too hard There is no pacing No timing No flow The first few pages were almost brilliantly wacky But he didn t know how to pace himself His timing consists on a constant barrage of impossibly contrived situations The book does not flow it gushes then floods past its banksI think deep inside he knows he ain t no Joseph Heller but by golly he s gonna try or go down in flamesCall the fire trucksShoulda stuck to your other genre Mr Butterworth Yes there was a Joseph Heller and he did what he did ONCE It really can t be repeated Live with it Spelling Strategies & Secrets: The essential how to spell guide of his life Kingdom of Ash Throne of Glass 7 on a hunting trip to ScotlandYet all Imagine Me of this and a great deal awaits him in a raucous series Beyond Temptation of adventures across Europe and the United States that will have readers laughing cheering and propulsively turning the pages to discover what happens next. WAY too contrivedButterworth wants SO badly to be a humorous writer but fails miserably Every good comic knows pacing and timing and flow Butterworth fails at the zany and the wacky exactly because this book is TOO zany and TOO wacky He s trying too hard There is no pacing No timing No flow The first few pages were almost brilliantly wacky But he didn t know how to pace himself His timing consists Past Due Debt Collection on a constant barrage Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt of impossibly contrived situations The book does not flow it gushes then floods past its banksI think deep inside he knows he ain t no Joseph Heller but by golly he s gonna try The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline or go down in flamesCall the fire trucksShoulda stuck to your Where I’m Calling From other genre Mr Butterworth Yes there was a Joseph Heller and he did what he did ONCE It really can t be repeated Live with it

William E. Butterworth III · 8 review

At the tender age of sixteen Philip W Williams III is expelled from boarding school for committing a prank and on the train home naturally wonders where his life will take him now It never enters his mind that he will become a world class marksman and a special age. A DNF This read like some script to some film from the 70s than well anything


10 thoughts on “The Hunting Trip A Novel of Love and War

  1. says:

    Okay I don't have a romance shelf as I don't care for romancesand this is undoubtedly a romance When I started the book I was sure I wouldn't finish it If I did finish it I was also sure I would never rate it over a 2 and likely a 1HummmmYou know I've read a lot of WEB Griffin's military books I always did thinkfeel that the books

  2. says:

    A DNF This read like some script to some film from the 70s than well anything

  3. says:

    I didn't like the book initially but as it went on I started to see the humor in it It's a total spoof of the genre and writ

  4. says:

    I won this book in a give away fron Goodreads This was a very comedic writing to say the least It was not what I expected from this authorbut came off as a pleasant surprise Mr Butterworth III aka W E B Webb is no

  5. says:

    References are made inside the the story that The Hunting Trip is a romance novel and includes lots of sex Basically it is the story of Phil Williams and his transition from soldier to writer intertwined with several sub plots While readable it is not at the standard of The Corps and other works which were written under the WEB Griffin pen na

  6. says:

    Holy EXPLETIVE DELETED Batman Why use one EXPLETIVE DELETED word when 1500 EXPLETIVE DELETED words will do? This is an EXPLETIVE DELETED tedious and horribly flawed book The painful wordiness of it was second only to the constant repetitions of EXPLETIVE DELETED which felt like getting hammered on the head with rubber bowling pin ie It’s not the impact itself but the cumulative effect that causes pain I particularly hate the way

  7. says:

    This book by the otherwise known WEB Griffin author of a lot of decent military fiction here writing under his real name is just weird It has a couple of interesting story lines separated by about 20 years and whic

  8. says:

    WAY too contrivedButterworth wants SO badly to be a humorous writer but fails miserably Every good comic knows pacing and timing and flow Butterworth fails at the zany and the wacky exactly because this book is TOO zany and TOO wacky He's tryin

  9. says:

    William E Butterworth III authored The Hunting Trip which I received from Goodreads The narrative is excessive with too little dialogue The dialogue that is present is unnatural and I felt like if I had to read EXP

  10. says:

    I pushed myself to finish this only because WEB Griffin is a favorite author The 3 stars was a Very generous rating for this somewhat acceptable humorous pastiche of his own writing The worst and most annoying thing was the constant

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