Friday, April 5, 2013

{Review} The Cadet Life of Prince Harry by Vasile Michael

ISBN #: 978-1434353917
Page Count: 216
Copyright: May 19, 2008
Publisher: AuthorHouse

(Taken from back cover)

The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst is the place where you learn the fundamental meaning of military thinking and wisdom. Living and training in RMA Sandhurst means being born again, little by little. Here you blend your own being with the miracle of military education. It is a difficult road, with steep slopes, but extremely attractive for someone having such a voluntary character as Prince Harry. For him, to live the life of a cadet means to change gradually. To become a real man, ready to face life and the military career!

Charlene's Review:

In The Cadet Life of Prince Harry, Mr. Michael paints a picture of what life may be like for Prince Harry as he ventures off to military training, and the eventual growth and personal transformation that take place as a result of these trainings. It also provides a glimpse into the person behind the Prince, and the Royal Family. Most of all, it highlights the Royal Military Academy and its workings.

This is a fictionalized historical account of Prince Harry's military training. Written largely in the 3rd person, it does not read like traditional novels, but as more of a documentary. Using his own background as a Navy officer and a PhD in Military Sciences, Mr. Michael has the experience and knowledge necessary to make this a detailed and learned story. Any fans of the Royal Family will enjoy The Cadet Life of Prince Harry.

*A physical copy of the book was provided by the author's publicist in exchange for an honest review.

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