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Gordon Cucullu is a retired army colonel and the author of Separated at Birth: How North Korea Became the Evil Twin. He lives in St. Augustine, Florida.
It is as well researched and written as any book I have ever read.
Once you read what our troops have gone through at GTMO, your desire to shake the hand of the next soldier you see will be thoroughly reinvigorated.
An excellent look at GITMO and how the detainees are treated and the despicable ways the detainees treat the military guards.
although this is an eye opener, it is too technical for the casual reader. I had to struggle through to the end. Not really impressedPublished 3 months ago by F. J. Goslin
This book is the worst book I've ever read. Nothing but bias opinion. I read the first two chapters. Boring and full of bias opinion.Published 4 months ago by Vbrn
this was not what I was expecting. some interesting facts, but not so good could not finish. a little boring.Published 8 months ago by lynne
The bias is clearly toward the US doing everything right. It only takes a few pages to realize that the blurb for this book is not a good description of what the book is.Published 9 months ago by Sheila Smith
I've struggled through 5 chapters in about a month. Don't know if I'll continue. Probably one of the most monotonous books I've ever read. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gary W. Goodenow
Very refreshing and informative to read accurate and detailed information regarding inside Gitmo. All too often, uninformed politicians and left leaning journalists paint a dismal... Read morePublished 9 months ago by juanmac
This book, although dated by now, is an excellent and factual review of the real conditions and operations at Guantanamo Bay Detention Center. Read morePublished 10 months ago by James B. Parsons
Written by a veteran who was interested in knowing the truth about why Guantanamo was being run as he read in the news. To no surprise, the media was less than factual. Read morePublished 13 months ago by J. Northcutt
As an ex-sailor, I had been to Gitmo several times but never really had a chance to get round the entire base. Its a bigger place than I thought. Interesting to read about.Published 16 months ago by duane denlinger