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The Easy Company survivors describe the hell and confusion of any war: the senseless death of the nicest kid in the company when a souvenir Luger goes off in his pocket; the execution of a G.I. by his C.O. for disobeying an order not to get drunk. Despite the gratuitous horrors it relates, Band of Brothers illustrates what one of Ambrose's sources calls "the secret attractions of war ... the delight in comradeship, the delight in destruction ... war as spectacle." --Tim Appelo --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Absolutely wonderful. You get to know the men and sense what they went through. I was sorry to get to the end...Published 20 hours ago by Karin L. Stewart
I bought the book and the DVD. DVD had the F word OFTEN. The book did not and was an excellent read.Published 1 day ago by Bill Card
Reads very well. Although my wife and I had watched the HBO series, by reading the book we were able to enjoy and understand it better. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Robert E. Reed
I've wanted to read the book since seeing the movie several years ago. Wish I had done it sooner. The experiences this generation endured to protect our freedom can never be... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Daniel J. Trate
Riveting. The energy behind this account of exceptional bravery and courage is a privileged ride. I was left feeling envious of such camaraderie and bond.Published 8 days ago by Jen Miller
This is a great book!!! One of the best I've ever readPublished 9 days ago by Raymond Stuart Wakefield