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ISBN: 0330426370
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Publisher PAN BOOKS LTD; Export ed edition (2003)
Language English
Category: Politics
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While in prison, Archer wrote the three-volume memoir A Prison Diary, with volumes fashioned after Dante's Divine Comedy and named after the first three prisons in which he was kept  .

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Hell: A Prison Diary Volume 1. Jeffrey Archer. Ni un centavo mas, ni un centavo menos. Download (EPUB). Читать. Purgatory: A Prison Diary Volume 2. Heaven: A Prison Diary Volume 3.

The book is in good condition. 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 2003. Thrillers & Crime, Mystery & Detective.

Prison Diary Volume II: Purgatory is an extraordinary work of non-fiction, where Archer reveals what life is like inside the walls of Britain's prisons. The finest thing that Jeffrey Archer has ever written. Independent on Sunday. Compelling reportage. Jonathan Aitken - Mail on Sunday. Archer paints a bleak but true picture of life in prison.

On 9th August 2001, twenty-two days after Jeffrey Archer was sentenced to four years in prison for perjury, he was transferred from HMP Belmarsh, a double-A Category high-security prison in south London, to HMP Wayland, a Category C establishment in Norfolk.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The sun is shining through the bars of my window on what must be a glorious summer day. I've been incarcerated in a cell five paces by three for twelve and a half hours.

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On July 19, 2001, following a conviction for perjury, international bestselling author Jeffrey Archer was sentenced to four years in prison. Prisoner FF8282, as Archer is now known, spent the first three weeks in the notorious HMP Belmarsh, a high-security prison in South London, home to murderers, terrorists and some of Br
Such straight forward prose yet curiously captivating
. From mundane lists of food eaten ,cricket and exercise routines interspersed with the terrifying disclosures and often heart wrenching tales of the other inmates: the life within a prison is revealed . Hours of monotony interspersed with stressful confrontation, loneliness and isolation contrasted against constant surveillance , the horrible meals, the need to ration your canteen purchases and the imperative to spend the little money you receive in a sensible way to survive both shock and appal you.
This should be compulsory reading for all young tearaways and a cautionary tale for everyone else because being "banged up in prison" is an ordeal to be avoided at all costs.
An engrossing unputdownable tale.
Bring on book two NOW!
Was sorry when I reached the last page. Jeffrey Archer is brilliant even in non-fiction; he has a way with words even when written in their most basic form with no embellishments. Prior to reading this book, I had bought/read every Jeffrey Archer I could lay hands on but they were all fiction (and all keepsakes). I had always wondered why he ended up in prison as he seemed such a decent man. Thank you, Mr. Archer, for this insight. It helped to inform your fans and you have now impressed me even more as this volume brought out your humanity, decency and compassion. I wanted to continue with the sequel right away and I am happy to know I have been putting money in the pocket of such a deserving human being.
This is volume 2 of 3 books about Archers experience in jail. He has been moved from a high risk prison (vol 1) to a medium security in this book.
Again it's an hourly day by day diary, he meets some interesting people of course and because of his fame he gets better treatment by most. Protection for sure.
I again wished for more detail about why he was convicted and what for other than the word perjury.
The paperback book was a bit frustrating as we were referred to (see plate section) many times and there was no plate section to see what he had referred us to. I guess I would recommend getting a hardback copy of this one.
Volume 3 is waiting for me on my shelf. I look forward to what the next prison brings.
Archer spins a yarn commercially but somehow his choice of subject raises the quality a notch above. Highly intelligent and sophisticated writer. Recommend prison series and CLifton series. He has written more but I have gone off on an Ancient Greek kick... will be back to complete my reading archer Prison series in three books, just enough to cross the ocean with the first book, read the second at your destination and go home with the third one in your lap. Good reading!
As a fan of Jeffrey Archer's novels, I was intrigued to learn of his time in prison. I am a die-hard audio book addict, so I was delighted to find this in audio book format. The narrator does an excellent job, and overall adds to book's persona.

The book details the first few weeks Archer spent in Belmarsh prison, while waiting transfer to his assigned prison. The tone of the book is very matter-of-fact and reads like he is reciting his schedule. What makes it interesting is that it is his schedule of his prison routine.

Much is made over the fact that Belmarsh is a top security prison, home to serious criminals such as murderers and rapists. But on the whole, Archer is well treated by both the prison personnel and the inmates. He is even able to maintain his usual writing schedule. The biggest hardships appear to be the food and being confined to his cell for 22 hours per day.

Overall, it is an interesting peek into one person's experience in prison. I would be interested in reading the other two books in the series, and hope they become available in audiobook format.
Although this book is about being in prison, this author makes it very interesting. It is especially interesting because it is a true story. I liked how the author kept track for us the crimes his various prison friends were in for, while describing their admirable personal traits. I did not like the fact that he was imprisoned on accusation and convicted by a judge who instructed the jury with unjust prejudice. The accusation was by a baroness who apparently had a grudge against the author. She later recanted her accusation.
I would have given this a 5 star review, but I don't think saying that I loved it, considering the topic, would have
been correct.
I certainly did find this a very interesting book. An insider'a look at a British prison was very interesting.
One learns what the prisoners are fed, what the interactions among the prisoners were like and it was
interesting to read that other inmates often turned to Sir Jeffrey when writing and how he was able to
survive in such a setting.
I am anxiously awaiting the arrival of volume three of his prison diaries.
In a different Jeff Archer story he had a character spend some time in prison; and I was fully expecting this story to be THAT one but the actual story. But that was not the case.

Still, this is a thoroughly readable commentary on prison life that helped me to take a different view of how productive that form of penance is. No secret that many inmates come out worse than when they went in. Jeffrey was not at all preachy. Well written as Jeff does most of the time. He has become my option to David Baldacci and Dean Koontz. And this was a fine example of Archer stories, with a refreshing take on his writing style.