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"This is the story of innocence betrayed, of passion and curiosity about the world of machines turned nightmarish and punished by the cruelty of which only humans are capable. It is also a story of survival and courage. Eric Lomax was tortured by the Japanese on the Burma-Siam Railway. Fifty years later he met one of his tormentors."
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everyone should read this book. it shows what can happen in a war situation. forgiveness is very hard to find after you have been treated like this. you can also understand the position of the Japanese position do it or you would be shot or worse. not a pleasant alterative. a great read. a very brave man
"What a great book. What a great man" -- Harry Ritchie Daily Mail "Forget the grueling films, just read the brilliant books" Independent "This beautiful, awkward book tells the story of a fine and awkward man. Here, I think, is an account that rises above mere timeliness and comes near to being a classic of autobiography" -- Ian Jack Guardian "When I turned to the book, the complexity of Lomax's emotions came alive and burned off the page" Independent "Of all the billions of words that have been written about the Second World War, with the exception of Churchill's Nobel Prize winning history, it is not an exaggeration to say there is no account of it more worth reading that this. Wistfully romantic, historically important, startling, horrifying and ultimately electrifyingly uplifting, The Railway Man is as indispensable as any book can be." -- Tom Peck Independent
Series: Vintage War
Number Of Pages: 336
Published: 1st April 2014
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 17.8 x 11.0 x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.18
Edition Number: 1