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Heaven [PDF / Epub] ☉ Heaven By Jeffrey Archer – Thomashillier.co.uk Heaven, Jeffrey Archer s final volume in his trilogy of prison diaries, covers the period of his transfer from a medium security prison, HMP Wayland, to his eventual release on parole in July It incl Heaven, Jeffrey Archer s final volume in his trilogy of prison diaries, covers the period of his transfer from a medium security prison, HMP Wayland, to his eventual release on parole in JulyIt includes a shocking account of the traumatic time he spent in the notorious Lincoln jail and the events that led to his incarceration there, and also shines a harsh light.

  • Paperback
  • 480 pages
  • Heaven
  • Jeffrey Archer
  • English
  • 02 August 2019
  • 0312354797

About the Author: Jeffrey Archer

Jeffrey Howard Archer, Baron Archer of Weston super Mare born April is an English author and former politicianHe was a Member of Parliament and deputy chairman of the Conservative Party, and became a life peer in His political career, having suffered several controversies, ended after a conviction for perverting the course of justice and his subsequent imprisonment He is married to Mary Archer, a scientist specialising in solar power Outside politics, he is a novelist, playwright and short story writerWikipedia linkhttp uscmillan author jeffre.



10 thoughts on “Heaven

  1. W W says:

    I am alone.If I were to show any sign of what I am going through,I would have to read the details in some tabloid the following day.Everything I do is just a phone call away from a friendly journalist with an open cheque book This is the third volume of bestselling author Jeffrey Archer s diaries detailing his time in prison.From hell he moves to purgatory and then to heaven Each volume is named after Dante s Divine Comedy.The final phase of Archer s incarceration takes him to North Sea I am alone.If I were to show any sign of what I am going through,I would have to read the details in some tabloid the following day.Everything I do is just a phone call away from a friendly journalist with an open cheque book This is the third volume of bestselling author Jeffrey Archer s diaries detailing his time in prison.From hell he moves to purgatory and then to heaven Each volume is named after Dante s Divine Comedy.The final phase of Archer s incarceration takes him to North Sea Camp,an open prison,much easier than his time at the high security Belmarsh and medium security Wayland prisons.Things don t go entirely smoothly,however.A breach of regulations sees him go back to B category prison, HMP Lincoln for a while again.Archer spent over a year at North Sea Camp,before finally being released on parole.The book is not as intense as the first two volumes.In the open prison,life isrelaxed and the type of prisoners he encounters are not of the hardened sort he met in the other two prisons.Their stories had added to the intensity of the first two volumes.Still,I found the concept of open prisons an interesting one.Never heard of an open prison in Pakistan.For all his discomfort,I suppose Archer should still count himself relatively lucky that in this phase of his punishment,he was not actually behind bars

  2. Arabella Arabella says:

    Much to my surprise, by the end of this the third of Jeffrey Archer s Prison Diaries , I actually felt sympathetic towards Archer and his situation, especially as it becomes clear that in their efforts to ensure he doesn t get special treatment due to his celebrity, he actually winds up getting worse treatment than is merited It is clear that during his time in prison, Archer was exposed to people from different backgrounds and the ins and outs of the British penal system It makes you thin Much to my surprise, by the end of this the third of Jeffrey Archer s Prison Diaries , I actually felt sympathetic towards Archer and his situation, especially as it becomes clear that in their efforts to ensure he doesn t get special treatment due to his celebrity, he actually winds up getting worse treatment than is merited It is clear that during his time in prison, Archer was exposed to people from different backgrounds and the ins and outs of the British penal system It makes you think how valuable it might be for many of our politicians to spend even a night or two experiencing this first hand

  3. Chanaka Hettige Chanaka Hettige says:

    Sharing seven hundred odd days with Jeffrey Archer in prison has come to an end with a good light Quite enjoyed the last iteration which I give the full five stars while rating four for previous two It s quite sad to see how the celebrity is mistreated simply because the people are over concerned about giving him special treatment And that made Jeffrey suffer farthan a normal inmate The diaries are fine insights into the works of prison service, lifes of prisoners and the different men Sharing seven hundred odd days with Jeffrey Archer in prison has come to an end with a good light Quite enjoyed the last iteration which I give the full five stars while rating four for previous two It s quite sad to see how the celebrity is mistreated simply because the people are over concerned about giving him special treatment And that made Jeffrey suffer farthan a normal inmate The diaries are fine insights into the works of prison service, lifes of prisoners and the different mentalities of the people

  4. chucklesthescot chucklesthescot says:

    I can t tell you guys just how much I enjoyed these prison diaries Archer writes with humour, sharing the events happening to him and the stories of some of the prisoners around him, especially the funny escape stories He has finally been moved to a Cat D open prison where prisoners earn the chance to have work release out in the local community to prepare for life outside and earn money to be used for their release I do admit that I was a lock them up and throw away the key person but read I can t tell you guys just how much I enjoyed these prison diaries Archer writes with humour, sharing the events happening to him and the stories of some of the prisoners around him, especially the funny escape stories He has finally been moved to a Cat D open prison where prisoners earn the chance to have work release out in the local community to prepare for life outside and earn money to be used for their release I do admit that I was a lock them up and throw away the key person but reading these diaries has given me a new perspective on rehabilitation and criminal justice Archer makes contact with Doug in the medical wing, a friend of Darren from Wayland, who helps ease him into the cushy admin job before teaching him to be the hospital orderly I am baffled by the rules of these prisons Archer cannot eat any food sent in by well wishers in case it is laced with drugs and alcohol so instead the cakes are donated to retirement homes and special needs kids So it s ok for them to risk eating this stuff Jeez It was interesting to see which of his Conservative MP friends visited him too I am somewhat amused and baffled by the constant lies that the media are spreading about Archer refusing to work or obey the rules, sneaking down to the pub in town and being driven home in a Rolls Royce for weekends, none of which was true The media incite the prisoners to try and get photos of Archer for them, causing many to lose their own Cat D status and get shipped out to other prisons Surely the media should be be done for inciting prisoners to break rules or something I was also shocked at the way New Labour s Home Secretary David Blunkett interfered in Archer s case for a minor infraction, getting him sent to the dreadful Cat B Lincoln Prison and having officers and governors leaned on to punish Archer harshly which was very unfair given a tiny error from a model prisoner Blunkett s note says I am sick and tired of reading Jeffrey Archer stories about the cushy conditions in which he was placed, the freedom he has been given, the opportunity to do whatever he likes and the snock that he is cocking at all of us Disgusting First Blunkett should know not to believe everything he reads in the paper, something he bleats about when his affair with a married woman appeared in the papers, secondly ALL prisoners at a Cat D open prison have better conditions, the chance of work release and rewards for good behaviour It shows the political bias from Labour and theI read of them theI regret ever voting for Blair and co This was an excellent read I just wish he had done a fourth diary on the final prison he was in

  5. Gautam Mathur Gautam Mathur says:

    I never thought a prison diary could be so interesting The set of three captures what none hopefully and luckily of us would ever go through Archer s insights into the daily life of prisoners, relationship bonds formed on the inside, as well as the importance of support from outside family friends are fascinating His critical and non biased observations on the drug problem is refreshing The style of writing remains crisp as ever and borders on entertaining After all prisoner s autob I never thought a prison diary could be so interesting The set of three captures what none hopefully and luckily of us would ever go through Archer s insights into the daily life of prisoners, relationship bonds formed on the inside, as well as the importance of support from outside family friends are fascinating His critical and non biased observations on the drug problem is refreshing The style of writing remains crisp as ever and borders on entertaining After all prisoner s autobiographies may be common but a writer s diary from prison is rare Do read

  6. Mie Mie says:

    4,5 This trilogy was really fantastic and I am left with a mixture of feelings like anger over the injustice and great respect for Archer and many of the people, he describes in the 3 books On several occasions I was shaking my head over how naive Archer could be now I am shaking my head over how naive I have been, when it comes to how prisoners in many cases are treated

  7. Yash Kumar Yash Kumar says:

    The last part of the trilogy Much like the previous two books, this one goes on to describe his stint at North Sea Camp before he is shipped out to Lincoln for the rest of his term Archer refrains from writing a fourth part for his time at Lincoln because, in his own words, he would have nothing new to add.This book, particularly at the very end, highlights how biased and fatuous media combined with an inconsistent, inefficient and ineffective administration can allow individuals to exploit la The last part of the trilogy Much like the previous two books, this one goes on to describe his stint at North Sea Camp before he is shipped out to Lincoln for the rest of his term Archer refrains from writing a fourth part for his time at Lincoln because, in his own words, he would have nothing new to add.This book, particularly at the very end, highlights how biased and fatuous media combined with an inconsistent, inefficient and ineffective administration can allow individuals to exploit laws beyond logical control and work under the reign of misinformation What istroubling is the unwillingness of parties at hand to investigate and find out the truth.Archer, using his diaries as critical commentaries, brings to light the voice of the silenced prisoners who just want to be treated like human beings, particularly those with petty crimes Archer is left disillusioned by the end, refraining from giving press, radio or TV interviews thereon.I would still prefer Archer The Storyteller over Archer The Non fiction Genius But these books are important and necessary in their own sense

  8. Christopher Yellop Christopher Yellop says:

    Bloody goodNever read a bad Jeffrey Archer book yet This series is no exception, instead of moping about feeling sorry for himself he has written a series of three books that are an entertaining eye opener into prison life warts and all I highly recommend this series to anyone who enjoys a mixed bag of events and tales.

  9. Howard Howard says:

    Jeffrey Archer writes a good story whether a novel or a diary regarding his prison life It was interesting to get the background of how the prison system works and his thoughts or his learning about the other side of his fellow inmates experience It is quite different then his other books but a quick entertaining read that I enjoyed.

  10. Larry McLaughlin Larry McLaughlin says:

    Wonder how bad the prison system is The pettiness of political people who areconcerned with protecting their turf, and having a know it all attitude is worth your time.Sure glad I have never done anything to deserve being in prison.

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