DeMille's book held my attention throughout, possibly because I come from a family with a lot of military members. Because it talked about the challenges faced by some of those who fought in Vietnam, and the messed up directions they were getting from the government's non-military political leaders, it was interesting to follow the actions of Ben Tyson, his wife (could have done without the graphic sex scenes though!), and his amazing son. I found I gained respect for Tyson as the book moved toward its conclusion; for the military tribunal as well. (Hearing about the differences between regular and military courts was interesting, too.)
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