Under Pressure is an extraordinary memoir of life aboard an underwater weapon of mass destruction By turns hilarious and terrifying, profane and poignant, there were passages where I gasped aloud, and others where I laughed until the tears came A deep dive into a life vanishingly few of us will ever know, this is one of the finest memoirs published in recent years Dan Jones, bestselling author of The TemplarsIf you wanna read something great, this is it The murky world of life on a Royal Navy submarine What really happens The trials, tribulations, tears and laughter of living under pressure Jason Fox, bestselling author ofBattle ScarsAn utterly fascinating and wonderfully detailed insight into the hidden and frequently disorientating and claustrophobic world of the modern submariner, this richly compelling and hugely entertaining memoir brilliantly conveys the tension, huge responsibility, culture and, of course, humour, of being a crewman on the nuclear deterrent James Holland, author of NormandyD Day and the Battle for FranceA vivid, honest and very funny account of life as a submariner at the height of the Cold War James Jinks, co author of The Silent Deep The Royal Navy Submarine Service Since A visceral trip down under SpectatorRichard Humphreys has been a bookseller for overyears In , he sat on the judging panel of the prestigious Costa Awards for Best BiographyFromto , Richard served in the Royal Navy and spent his career on the Polaris submarines, which carried nuclear ballistic missiles Under Pressure is his first book He lives with his family in London

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