A military memoir detailing accounts of border patrol in Yuma, Arizona, Hurricane Katrina relief efforts on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and war-fighting in Baghdad, Iraq as a part of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
In his debut work Meantime: The Aesthetics of Soldiering, Stephen Paul Register weaves something of beauty from dust and desert to grapple with the question: What does it mean to be a soldier? He writes from the depths of his experience and transports the reader from dusty Baghdad to flooded Mississippi through scenes of a soldier's daily life. Meantime is sure to stand out from the crowd of military memoirs and will have all its readers wrestling with that same question: What does it mean to be a soldier?
Narrated by the author, Stephen Paul Register, this audiobook includes dialogue dramatization, and some scene-setting music.
©2011 Stephen Paul Register (P)2012 William Joseph Frye
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