Winner of multiple book awards, this collection of essays and remembrances from American soldiers deployed in the Iraq war will touch you deeply. Along with Love My Rifle More Than You, it gives a non-military reader a fuller sense of the day-to-day experiences of our troops. It is fatally easy to fall for the spoutings of politicians and senior military, who appear to inhabit a world that has no relevance for these writers. The first piece, Redeployment, only hints at what awaits you. Click below for more...
Frago, the second, begins to immerse you. For some, this may be rough going. But your taxes and your votes put these people there, and you owe it to them, if not yourself, to read to the end.
It's a 5. It could be nothing else.
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