Ella Mc's book blog. Brand new 2018 - Only books read after 1st January 2018
Probably more important than any in-action memoir could be. Indeed I think this book is more important to understand than Finkel's first book about these same soldiers when they were deployed in Iraq. Here we see the real cost of war, very few holds barred. We also see war widows and the wives and families of those who come home forever changed. If I came away with one clear idea, it is that war is never-ending and continues trying to kill you from the day you step foot back "home" until...forever, I suppose.
This book, or a book much like it, should be required reading for every American who hasn't served in one of our wars.