|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
Well written and easy to read "No Surrender" is a book worth reading.
For humanists this is a positive message and a remarkable tale about the ability of the human spirit to endure great hardships for the sake of beliefs and duty.
While I was reading these books about WWII Onoda was still fighting it.
This book is truly amazing tracking the life and times of the last Japanese soldier to surrender in WWII.Published 21 days ago by JDM
Enjoyed it throughly! A very interesting perspective of another aspect of WW II!Published 26 days ago by Jay Russell
Well worth the read but not at all what I expected. I was expecting this battle hardened soldier blinded by war. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Kug
Amazing book. Questions were raised by the people of the Philippines about the accuracy of the book because Onoda doesn't address the people he killed, but it is still an arresting... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bryan
Anyone who has served has a sense of duty. This story takes what notions we in the west have to devotion to duty, and shows an extreme example of it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by allen kitchen
I expected a little more detail on how he survived in the jungle. I also was disappointed that it did not tell the story of what happened to him when he got back to Japan. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary Barnes