Author Justin Sheedy’s Latest, “Ghosts of the Empire”, NOW ON SALE!
Justin Sheedy’s latest book, the much-anticipated “Ghosts of the Empire” is at long last on sale! Readers Australia-wide and Internationally will be delighted to know that this sequel to Sheedy’s so warmly received World War II historical fiction, “Nor the Years Condemn”, delivers all the ingredients they loved with “Nor the Years” but with everything shifted up a gear: The air combat action is more white-knuckle, the sex is sexier, the horror more horrible, the anti-war themes more biting. Based on a true story so exciting, so heroic, so tragic, so dramatic as to defy belief, “Ghosts of the Empire” is high-exhilaration history brought to life! Sheedy is delighted that, even though “Ghosts of the Empire” has JUST been released, sales have already been brilliant, in fact, reprints have already been called for. To see why “Ghosts of the Empire” has been so highly anticipated, click HERE for rave reader-reviews of the prequel, “Nor the Years Condemn”. FIRST RAVE REVIEW OF “GHOSTS OF THE EMPIRE” HERE! FIRST PRESS COVERAGE HERE!
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“Ghosts of the Empire” is now available on the bookstore shelves of Dymocks Sydney, Dymocks Chatswood, Dymocks Macquarie Centre, Dymocks Rouse Hill, Dymocks Warringah Mall, Dymocks Wollongong, Dymocks Camberwell, Dymocks Carindale, Dymocks Garden City, Gleebooks, Book Review St Ives, The Lindfield Bookshop, Collins Booksellers Camden, The Constant Reader Crows Nest, Megalong Books Leura, Berkelouw Books, The University Co-op Bookshop, Book Warehouse Lismore & Port Macquarie, Hooked on Books & Gifts Normanville, Robinsons Bookshop Frankston, The Book House Noosaville and The Australian War Memorial. With more stores to come! “Ghosts of the Empire” is orderable internationally from any of these stores and will soon be on international bookstore shelves & in all ebook formats.
GHOSTS OF THE EMPIRE
As the storm of World War II breaks, Mick O’Regan is a peaceful Sydney working-class boy. Yet he and the shining youth of his generation are cursed to enter a world of high-speed life and death. Like first-time Aussie backpackers they cross the planet to save the British Empire, their job on arrival the most dangerous of the War: flying for Royal Air Force Bomber Command.
Based on a true Australian war story only now being brought to life by author Justin Sheedy’s vivid historical fictions, “Ghosts of the Empire” is also a story of young people living life to the full while they can – in a blacked-out world where dance partners, sex and death flow in equal abundance.
Though standing on its own as the white-knuckle excitement saga that it is, “Ghosts of the Empire” is the much-anticipated sequel to “Nor the Years Condemn”, Sheedy’s highly acclaimed story of shining young men destined never to grow old. ‘Ghosts’, it is said, are the spirits of those who die violently, tragically, or when ripped from life too young. “Ghosts of the Empire” is their story.