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The author of the book: Robert MacNeil
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Language: English
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Date of issue: November 7th 2013
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"She dropped her bag. A child's head, savagely and roughly severed, rolled out. He could see, just within the bag, a hand with expensive looking rings and liver spots."

Adam leaves his home one morning to go to work and walks into a nightmare. Something has happened to people that turns them into violent, deranged savages. Fortunately, he is rescued by Steve who gives Adam protection in his flat. Over the coming days, Steve & Adam work out how to survive in a world full of horror & violence. They also form a close emotional & sexual bond.

This book is by Robert MacNeil, author of the book 'The Year The World Turned' and who has made quite a reputation for thought-provoking, intelligently written books.

Note that this book does contain explicit sexual scenes and should therefore not be read by anyone under the age of 18. It also contains graphic descriptions of horror.

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Ebook The Host read Online! Robert Breckenridge Ware MacNeil, OC, is currently a novelist and formerly was a television news anchor and journalist who paired with Jim Lehrer to create The MacNeil/Lehrer Report in 1975. MacNeil has also written several books, many about his career as a journalist, but, since his retirement from NewsHour, MacNeil has also dabbled in writing novels.

He attended Dalhousie University and later graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa in 1955. He began working in the news field at ITV in London, then for Reuters and then for NBC News as a correspondent in Washington, D.C. and New York City.

On November 22, 1963, MacNeil was covering President Kennedy's visit to Dallas for NBC News. After shots rang out in Dealey Plaza MacNeil, who was with the presidential motorcade, followed crowds running onto the Grassy Knoll (he appears in a photo taken just moments after the assassination). He then headed towards the nearest building and encountered a man leaving the Texas School Book Depository. He asked the man where the nearest telephone was and the man pointed and went on his way. MacNeil later learned the man he encountered at about 12:33 p.m. CST may have been Lee Harvey Oswald. This conclusion was made by historian William Manchester in his book The Death of a President (1967), who believed that Oswald, recounting the day's events to the Dallas police, mistook MacNeil as a Secret Service agent because of his suit, blond crew cut, and press badge (which Oswald apparently mistook for government identification). For his part, MacNeil says "it was possible, but I had no way of confirming that either of the young men I had spoken to was Oswald."

Beginning in 1967, MacNeil covered American and European politics for the BBC and has served as the host for the news discussion show Washington Week in Review. MacNeil rose to fame during his coverage of the Senate Watergate hearings for PBS, which led to an Emmy Award. This helped lead to his most famous news role, where he worked with Jim Lehrer to create The Robert MacNeil Report in 1975. This was later renamed The MacNeil/Lehrer Report and then The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. MacNeil retired on October 20, 1995.

On September 11, 2001, after the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, he called PBS, asking if he could help them with their coverage of the attacks, as he recalled in his autobiography, Looking for My Country: Finding Myself in America. He helped PBS in its coverage of the attacks and the aftermath, interviewing reporters, and giving his thoughts on the attacks. He hosted the PBS television show America at a Crossroads, which ran from April 15-20, 2007.

In the late 1990s, he discussed openly his son's homosexuality, saying it could help other fathers to know how he dealt with the fact in a positive way.

Reviews of the The Host


An interesting book, Hard to tear down


This book will make you shudder, infiltrate, and change your mind about this crazy world.


Put it on the toilet paper! or the fireplace!


Fantastic book!


A hard book, obviously not for everyone.

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