THAT FORGOTTEN LITTLE WAR
What is this book all about?
A very good book written from many different angles with a few twist,s and turns a very compelling and moving read all the way up until the end.
I wanted an intro to the Falklands War that wouldn’t be tediously detailed, and this was great. It’s a good read, in a chaotic and funny way
Interesting, different and readable. I enjoyed a lot of the book and not other parts. I read as much as I can about the Falklands Conflict – it was never a war. Most material is fiction so this made a change.
Daniel E. Arias (1953), Buenos Aires. He studied literature at the University of Buenos Aires and became a science journalist for major newspapers in Argentina winning a number of awards. As well as ‘That Forgotten Little War’ he has also written: Argentina mirada y pensada (Lunwerg-Planeta, Barcelona, 2008), a coffee table book, Eternidad maldita (Alfaguara, Serie Roja, Buenos Aires, 2009), Aquella guerrita olvidada (Guid Publicaciones, 2011) and the Patagonian saga, Todos mis padres (Guid Publications, 2015).