Book 29

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Fascinating book. Hubris is absolutely essential for all successful people – although personally I dislike arrogance. However I find this author to be mischievous, outrageous, endearing and incorrigible all at the same time.    Many magnificent experience  encounters  are so descriptive.

Adena from England

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Quite a journey from inner city Chicago to Corporate circles, worldwide polo and global adventures as a self confessed “3rd rate journalist” ….. all credited to a a heavy dose of the United States Marine Corps.

Gerard Butzen, PhD.

Green Bay Wisconsin

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Rare to see such an eclectic collection of stories- and all true – I was there with “PT”

A must read for any inner city kid with hope

Dick Moore Chicago

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A must read for any inner city kid with hope

Laura Walker

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Remarkable – all in one lifetime – P T Brent should take a break

Steve Colon USNA

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P T Brent is a man who will tell you where he is at all time  – and right in the eye -he believes  being politically correct is dishonest,

Colonel French L’Heureux   USMC

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Quite a gentleman – infectiously full of life, an adventurer and apparently immortal 

I rate the “29” book a “must read” the  adventures of a modern day Errol Flynn.

Hugentugler

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Quite a journey from inner city Chicago to Corporate circles, worldwide polo and global adventures as a self confessed “3rd rate journalist” ….. all credited to a a heavy dose of the United States Marine Corps.

Gerard Butzen, Ph.D.

International Business Consultant

Green Bay Wisconsin

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“P T Brent is a man of conviction, courage in what he says, and integrity in believing in it… integrity is mankind’s gift to himself .. PT embodies that ethos and will never sway to what may be considered politically correct….

Colonel Frenchy L’Heureux   USMC

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from the author:

there were many times I thought this book would not make fruition – but my friends persistence and at times arduous proof reading keep this 3rd  rate journalist marching ahead…   to a new world of authordom.

plus my heavy affection for the Marines who inspired the many stories and allowed me to witness what they endured in combat.   The same outfit which was kind enough to tolerate this incorrigible  a brief visit to their Corps – long long ago

One thought on “Book 29

  1. I met Patrick in Pensacola where he was taking a weekend break from Instruction at NAS Pensacola. He was asking how I refer to that large Marine Base in North Carolina on which is found Camp Geiger, Courthouse Bay, New River Air Station, and more at Camp Luh Zhern. He is very interesting and a great listener. The meeting was my pleasure. John Gaynor

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