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Praise for Easy Company Soldier:
“First of all, you’re going to love this book . . . together, we were the best (not bragging). In training and in combat, we never had any problems. We’ve been friends for life, over sixty-five years. He’s my hero.” —William “Wild Bill” Guarnere, member of Easy Company and coauthor of the New York Times bestseller Brothers in Battle, Best of Friends
“Don Malarkey is a staunch patriot who truly understands the principles for which we fought. He contributed his all in building the reputation of the 101st Airborne as a great fighting unit. His life today epitomizes the standards to which all good Americans should strive to emulate.” —Lt. Lynn “Buck” Compton, member of Easy Company and author of Call of Duty
I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in WWII history, especially Band Of Brothers.
Don Malarkey offers yet another heart-felt memoir from those brave Band of Brothers, Easy Company, 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
Well written, very thoughtful, and an excellent insight into the emotional attack on a soldier in combat.
A good read, goes quick, but overall an excellent account of the war through the eyes of don malarkey .Published 16 days ago by R. Hodge
This was a front line view into combat. This book represents a very personal story from a man who experienced much, gave of himself, and continues to give to others today.Published 17 days ago by Tom Robinson
Good book ,well written,would recommend if you like reading about ww2Published 18 days ago by Linda Scholz
Really good - the stories of the Men of Easy Company, 506th PIR are so important and so fascinating. We owe Sgt. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Zelda
If you like(d) Band of Brothers, this helps fill in some of the parts, regarding Sgt. Malarky. Well written and insightful.Published 1 month ago by Kasey Larson
I absolutely loved this book. Some Easy Company memoirs feel more like a diary or an objective telling of personal events. Malarkey's book reads like an actual story.Published 1 month ago by Ronalda
Loved the story and how it's presented
Enjoyed the additional insight into the band of brother story and characters
Don Malarkey wrote a wonderful book you... Read more