learning a little bit more about how it felt to be there.McCoy and othersare real people.
McCoy because he's a real person with goods and bads.who rises to his best self.
the battle in the Philippines.McCoy going there as amessage carrier and then saving the day and leading the Marines to safety is a beautiful story.
Insightful, Spellbinding, Human
When Jack Stecker was told his son had died on the Arizona
Griffin really captures how Wartime impacts all of us, not just the service members. He shows the good and the bad in all of us and how some work through to the good and others do not.
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I read/listened to this book before. It's like going back to hear about old friends, in a pivotal point in time long gone by. We are the good guys who fight evil and prevail. A very nice place to visit.
Yes, the difference between what a character thinks rather than speaks is better in the audio version
Kevin McCoy - over coming obstacles
Really good listen.
I'm very disappointed the middle section of The Corps books is not available from Audible.
They are both good.
I really like how it continues to develop the characters.
Dick Hill is easy to listen to and does a good job using different voices for different characters.
Griffin definitely, Hill, sorry he sucks, his portrayal of the female characters is horrible, he makes them all seem weak and childish, Ernie Sage is not weak or childish.
I just like the story.
As above, he is great on the male characters, but on the female voices he is horrible, he kept pissing me off making strong female characters come across as weak.
Probably not, I doubt it would make a good movie.