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Publisher's Summary

Letters written by an army captain to parents of soldiers missing in action could have the power over whether the soldiers live or die.

©1961 Rod Serling (P)2013 Blackstone Audiobooks

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I love these quick listens

You can't beat these little stories for the price. Perfect for a quick listen to fill in between longer novels. You can see what you hear just like the TV series.

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OK story. Horribly intrusive mood music.

Story is good. Too bad the whole episode is almost ruined by the horribly intrusive "mood enhancing music".Odd. Annoying music is not usually used in these T Z episodes.

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A military story

This company is doing reconnaissance mission in a heavily vegetative area. Men go missing. Some men are killed. Their captain then learns of the oncoming enemy by way of the Twilight Zone.

Good story.

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  • Belinda
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Worst story ever

I would not buy this book even if it were free. The story is disjointed

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