The book details the life of a soldier enduring trench warfare. While this style of war is unlikely to be carried out on a large scale in the future, the psychological impact of war and the suffering of the individual are important issues that should be considered.
The enduring life of this book is evidence of the effective story telling.
Presented information about Lee Oswald that I did not know before. Developed the characters without excessive bias.
Worthwhile book with insights on effective leadership. The theme did seem to become repetitive by the end of the book.
Very interesting review of events like the oil embargo and international relations before and after this episode. Gave me some new insights regarding the economy, politics, and the risks of being dependent on another country.
The novel retained my interest throughout. There are some repetitive themes but I kept looking forward to the outcome of each encounter. This book, based on a historical figure, appealed to my interest in nature and history.
Great story about the risks and rewards of immigration and settlement in Montana. Good character development.
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