IT is told from a point of view that only few will ever see.
I was impressed by the professionalism of the author and the care he seemed to have taken to both protect and tell the stories fo the men.
It was refreshing to hear what he thought felt and experienced, He seemed honest in elplaining his bias and why
WAR the down and dirty you will not see on TV News.
THis book is not about the War it is about the Soldiers that have to fight the war. I highly encourage people who want to understand what it is like to go though that experience to read or listen to this book. I am a Veteran and I can relate to much of the emotions the men went through, although in a much suttler way. THESE MEN experienced pure hell, In the Two years I have spent in Iraq, exect for being mortored, I have only been engaged half a dozen times. I cannot imagine what it must have been like to go through that daily...THis book does a good job explaining it.
It seems like a genuine story...
Its alot like Seinfield there is not an ending
Someone from the South. While I dought it would be possible for a New Orleanian to do the voices(because it would need subtitles) the narrator was so far off it was annoying for me. (Im from Louisiana)
Eat a Lucky Dog
Eat a Lucky Dog!
Detailed Insiteful Dramatic
The glimpses into the everyday lives of the people at the time. Details of all walks of life.
Extremely interesting in the way that the small details about Washington, the people, machines, and technology of the period. So vivid I thought I was watching the movie.
Dont start if you have to stop. Interestingly there is very little political insight woven in. I appriciated the book, author and narrator.
First book about the Great War I have found to be told from a neutral perspective. It inspired me to review the political motivations from the Northern and Southern viewpoints.
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