Chieftain: Book Talk and Signing with Mike Tucker
2017年11月8日 星期三 19:30 至 21:00 The Bookworm Courtyard #4, South Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing Phone: 10 6503 2050 老书虫 北京市朝阳区南三里屯路4号院 电话：10 6503 2050 Note: You can also buy tickets in person at The Bookworm, or reserve by emailing email@example.com or calling (10) 6503 2050.
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2017年11月8日 星期三 19:30 至 21:00
The Beijing Bookworm
The Beijing Bookworm
"Tell my people my name is China, brother. Promise me that. Carve that in stone on a mountain in Shan Xi, in a liberated village, where the children walk to school and never have to eat grass, again. Where freedom is a full bowl of rice, where my people
live free from poverty and misery and despair. Tell my people my name is China."
The best bookstore in North China, the magnificent Beijing Bookworm, is proud to host Mike Tucker--poet, former mercenary and the only writer of our time compared to Hemingway--on Wednesday evening, November 8th, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. Mike Tucker, the only American writer to call out Petraeus, Mattis, the Pentagon and the CIA for the colossal American failure in counterterrorism since September 11th, will be giving an electrifying reading from his 17th book, CHIEFTAIN, followed by Q&A and book signing. The first novel by an American writer that is set in the guerrilla war in North China in the late 1930s, an epic mercenary saga and a searing meditation on justice, CHIEFTAIN rocks like a hurricane and is the most authentic, original and thrilling war novel of our time.
About the Author
Mike Tucker is a poet, former mercenary and the only writer of his generation compared to Hemingway. The only foreign writer since 1949 in China to have lectured on General Huang Hua, the legendary revolutionary and guerrilla war commander, Mike Tucker was under fire with Spanish counterterrorists at the Siege of the Banco Central in Barcelona in 1981 and was later the only writer on missions with American snipers in both the Hindu Kush and the Near East after September 11th and with French snipers in the Afghanistan War. During his apprenticeship as a writer in Washington, D.C. from 1983-1986, he aided Salvadoran refugees and worked as a concrete and demolition laborer. He lives in North China and Portugal.