We’re pleased to see more book sellers offering Alec Riley’s Gallipoli diary.
All three formats – paperback (Opens in a new window), hardcover with dust jacket (Opens in a new window) and Kindle ebook (Opens in a new window) – are now available from Amazon worldwide. (As an Amazon Associate, we earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase after clicking these links. There is no cost to you.) Riley hit the heady heights of #5 in the ‘Hot New Releases’ listing and #4 in ‘Best Sellers in World War I Biographies’.
New book stores have come on board, like Waterstones (Opens in a new window), Blackwells (Opens in a new window), Book Depository (Opens in a new window) and Angus & Robertson (Opens in a new window).
The ebook is now available from Google Play (Opens in a new window). Get reflowable text for your ereader plus access to all pages formatted for print.
Preview Gallipoli Diary 1915 on Google Books (Opens in a new window).
It’s been great to hear from people who’ve got their copies.
‘So pleased to receive this,’ tweeted Warren Smith (Opens in a new window), who posted a couple of pictures and called the book ‘essential reading for Gallipoli enthusiasts.’
Five stars was the verdict of one Amazon reviewer, who said ‘the editors have done an excellent job … the care with which they have researched every possible reference is evident. Anyone interested in what it was really like at Cape Helles should add a copy of this book to their collection.’
We’d like to see your reviews and photos, on Amazon or elsewhere!
Order now for Christmas.