keep wanting more
the development of key characters through an entire generation; a perfect blend of military history, politics, and the inner workings of what the US Military once was
the right guy for the right book
On the rifle qualification when Captain Stecker dropped next to McCoy and there was a understood respect between two professional.
To read/listen to only this book in the series is just wrong, I have read this series so many times I can't remember, each time is as fresh as the first. Now that my eyes are not so good, listening has just made it better. Please record the remaining series in this and the Brotherhood of Arms, both great perspectives on a lost generation of the military professionals and a well developed story line.
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