Charlie Packe, father, husband, and brother, is about to find out just how hard war can be. He and his friend are assigned to Unit Freebird, and together with their newfound brothers, they must learn to survive in Iraq. Insurgents, death, and corruption make every step one that could be their last. But they’ll do anything to complete their mission. Their final objective: Get home alive.
The plot is difficult to follow. Snipers galore, dead children aplenty and , enemy tanks . According to the author, this was written during his younger years so there is room for improvement. Narration is good.
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Nice little short story. Would preferred it to have been longer with a bit more character building and time-reference, but I appreciate its Not easy with a short story.
Well read with distinguishable characters.
Looking forward to next in the series. .