I'm not sur that someone who is doing a doctorate in language is suitable to judge a legionnaire on what is being taught (French language) in the legion and what is learned by the legionnaire.
effort brings its own rewardsJust came in the mail today. It's been posted before. How long do you think it will take me to read being that I don't know French yet? Haha I'm going to read it and look up every word if I have to....it's difficult for me to stay motivated to learn French but if the learning includes learning about the Legion, I think it will help me.View attachment 6473
Sounds pretty stereotypical to me. Evil drug dealing terrorists, evil Russians and good Englishmen.Jeremy Summers, a British banker with a secret that could reveal MI6 intelligence sources involved in the war against drug-funded terrorism, has been seized at gunpoint, in broad daylight, on the streets of west London. An old contact, Raglan - an Englishman who served in the French Foreign Legion - is on his trail.
Raglan's pursuit will lead him to the winter-ravaged wasteland of a remote Russian penal colony. A place that holds Russia's most brutal murderers. A place of death and retribution. How will he get in? More importantly, how will he get out...alive?
OK finished it pretty much what it says on the blurb gets a bit silly at the end and finishes like hitting a brick wall it's a shame because it could have been really good storySounds pretty stereotypical to me. Evil drug dealing terrorists, evil Russians and good Englishmen.