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Kayla Williams' voice was not what I expected at all.
I think she really tried to tell us how she was feeling and unfortunately it just so happened that most of the time she felt betrayed, put upon and taken advantage of.
Her writing style is like a poorly kept journal that makes it hard to decipher between facts and opinions- and also follow the order of events.
Of all of the books I’ve read as research into women in the military, this is the most raw, grittiest yet. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Marianne S.
I love this. Being a female in the army myself. It hits close to home. Sad to say things haven't really changed from 2003 to 2014 but it's slowly getting better.Published 1 month ago by KG0713
Twice, I woke up in the middle of the night with my heart in my throat while reading this book - my anxiety pulling me from a deep slumber. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Evette Davis
book arrived on time last year in good condition, subject or plot was supressed by excess vulgar language. I get it-war brings that out.Published 4 months ago by Bruce Wagner
If you want to read a refreshingly honest account of what the average soldier experienced in the early years of the Iraq campaign, get this book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Janus
A riveting story by Kayla. I could not put the book down, to the detriment of my other usual activities. Read morePublished 5 months ago by CBJRR
I got the nitty gritty details that I desired out of this book. I loved the way in which she painted pictures of the events and experiences.Published 8 months ago by Brittney
The book gives a clear picture of why life can be doubly hard for a woman on the front in a war. Not because"she" can't do things as well, but because her sex makes others... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dorrie
SGT Williams has written an important memoir, which should be mandatory reading for all Army leaders, but especially at the company-level. Read morePublished 12 months ago by David Hall