The Last Man Out of Saigon PDF ✓ The Last eBook

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 0 pages
  • The Last Man Out of Saigon
  • Chris Mullin
  • English
  • 09 January 2019
  • 0553278436

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About the Author: Chris Mullin

Chris Mullin is the former Man Out ePUB ¹ MP for Sunderland South, a journalist and author His books include the first volume of his acclaimed diaries, A View From the Foothills He also wrote the thriller, A Very British The Last eBook ´ Coup , with the television version winning BAFTA and Emmy awards He was a minister in three departments, Environment, Transport and Regions, International Development and The Foreign Office.


10 thoughts on “The Last Man Out of Saigon

  1. says:

    This was an interesting novel to read You see, it s deeply anti American and pro Vietnamese and I think it would have helped to know these facts before delving into it, as it s about a CIA agent inserted into South Vietnam three days before the fall of Saigon You would think it would be a CIA thriller It s not If you re a die hard American patriot, you ll probably be offended by the book If, however, you can disassociate yourself from the politics and just enjoy the book for what it is, i This was an interesting novel to read You see, it s deeply anti American and pro Vietnamese and I think it would have helped to know these facts before delving into it, as it s about a CIA agent inserted into South Vietnam three days before the fall of Saigon You would think it would be a CIA thriller It s not If you re a die hard American patriot, you ll probably be offended by the book If, however, you can disassociate yourself from the politics and just enjoy the book for what it is, it s not a bad book.A CIA agent, MacShane, who s never been to Vietnam and who s worked in Bolivia and Brazil, as well as possibly Chile, doing some underhanded stuff there for the CIA, is sent to Vietnam as it s about to fall to the NVA, for the purpose of spying on the Vietnamese and possibly destabilizing their new government, as well as establishing contacts and building resistance It sounds unlikely, but if you can get past that, then you re into the book He arrives, Saigon falls, he stays, pretending to be a journalist But his cover is blown and he is captured And you immediately think, oh no, because everyone s heard of the North Vietnamese atrocities But he s treated well He s surprised He s interrogated, yes, but it s not bad and he s not tortured and he s given decent food and cigarettes and is allowed to exercise and wander the grounds After awhile, he s transported to Hanoi, where he s taken to the Hanoi Hilton, although it s not referred to as such in this book Again, he s treated well It s been decided that he s going to be re educated, so a professor comes to interact with him every day and they converse about all sorts of things And he starts questioning his country s action and intents Everywhere he sees bomb damage, but happy people going about their business Everyone he meets has lost relatives in the war and are possibly scarred, but they all treat him well.After a couple of months of this, he s told he s going to be taken out into the countryside to work in a labor camp He panics He decides to escape Security is lax, so he does and escapes to the Red Cross in a hotel, who are assholes to him Still, he spends the night with them, determined to go to the British Embassy the next morning for aid And he does, but it s closed And he s recaptured And the military is pissed He s embarrassed them After all of their good will He s taken to a tougher jail, but after about 10 days is taken a couple hours out of the city to a village where he will live and labor in the fields with the peasants He knows virtually no Vietnamese and they know no English Fortunately, there s a school teacher in the next village who knows some English, so she becomes his interpreter and teacher And it doesn t hurt that she s lovely Turns out her entire family, as well as her fiance, were all killed by the US Bombs fell everywhere It s made pretty clear in this book that the Vietnamese aren t the ones committing torture, the US CIA is The Vietnamese aren t the ones bombing villages, the US is The US government commits murder, yet the Vietnamese people love the American people, with whom they have no argument Sounds like a type of utopia, doesn t it MacShane begins to really enjoy farming with these people, who accept them as one of their own, and he falls in love with Ha, the school teacher, who falls in love with him She knows the US will come get him some time, but he wants to stay there and marry her and be a farmer She won t hear of it So his former boss, the asshole who betrayed him to the NVA, comes to Vietnam to rescue him and MacShane confronts him with his evidence The official tries to cover up, but off they go into the sunset, back to America, leaving MacShane s heart back in Vietnam forever Ah, romance Seriously, a little iffy there I did some Googling of the author Turns out he s a British left wing Labour Party politician who s written several books, at least one of which has been turned into a movie He s so left wing, he scares his left wing colleagues And his wife is Vietnamese So I guess it should come as little surprise that he s rabidly anti American and pro Vietnamese in this book My patriotic inclination is to not like that, but since I m feeling royally unpatriotic these days with all of these crazed Republican assholes running around like nutjobs claiming to be patriotic, maybe I ll side with him After all, I think we shouldn t have been in Vietnam to begin with It was a civil war and one we had no business intruding in And as many atrocities as the North Vietnamese committed, and yes there were many, I m sure the US committed their own as well So, would I recommend this book I m not sure Perhaps But with the caveat that you go in with the foreknowledge that you know what you re getting yourself into If you do that, it s an interesting book Although, frankly, it s not much of a thriller Very little action Not much at all In fact, I m not sure why I m even giving it three stars I guess because it was pretty original Otherwise, two Very, very cautiously recommended then

  2. says:

    The Last Man Out Of Saigon is less of a spy story than a historical fiction on the first days after the American evacuation of Viet Nam interesting title by the way, as it makes you wonder whether there remained any men, or women at that, in Saigon after the American ran.The Last American Out Of Saigon would have beenappropriate especially for an anti American book.Because the book is unmistakably anti American, and that is fine by me as I thoroughly enjoy dialectic and polemic, being The Last Man Out Of Saigon is less of a spy story than a historical fiction on the first days after the American evacuation of Viet Nam interesting title by the way, as it makes you wonder whether there remained any men, or women at that, in Saigon after the American ran.The Last American Out Of Saigon would have beenappropriate especially for an anti American book.Because the book is unmistakably anti American, and that is fine by me as I thoroughly enjoy dialectic and polemic, being confronted with different viewpoints from mine Chris Mullin is a former labour MP with marked leftist sympathies which he likes to display he did that in A Very British Coup and that is fine too as he couples such sympathies with pretty good writing skills Moreover, Chris Mullin has the courage to pick up rather controversial themes and to handle them with a good degree of provocation this can be thought provoking so it s good The main flaw of Mullin s storytelling here as well as in his other novel is that he places all the good guys on the side he likes and all the bad ones on the other his world is one in black and white with no space for nuances, subtleties or blurred lines between good and evil The re education process the protagonist is subjected to in a Viet Minh camp looks like philosophy classes, a cathartic therapy aimed at helping him see the light, his gaolers are all oriental wisdom, pure and candid like angels the torturing the war crimes they only occurred on the CIA side.this is less thought provoking than annoying What might help you not to get too annoyed is to accept as an ingoing assumption that the book s scope is to portray the truth as g, seen from one side and one side only, acknowledging that the other side s truth is outside the scope.Ultimately though, the deadly sin of this book is that of being, after a promising start, utterly uneventful and uninteresting

  3. says:

    I think I enjoyed this as I could relate it to places I had visited, but it provides an accurate portrayal of events and a decent back story to show the Vietnam war from another perspective.

  4. says:

    This is less of a thriller than the Men s Adventure style cover would lead one to believe but nonetheless is a pretty good read Go into it expectingGraham Greene than Ian Fleming and you ll have the right mindset.

  5. says:

    Read this book many years ago the impression still remains Love this book, thinking to read it again

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