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An engrossing but easy read that walks you through the physical, psychological and philosophical landscape of Jack Lewis the soldier, husband, father and man. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Gary Edgar
I was introduced to Jack Lewis' writing when I edited it for Crosscut, and I admire it then as I do now. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lisa Brunette
What a rip-off…..
I purchased Jack Lewis’s book “Nothing in Reserve: True Stories, Not War Stories” with extremely high hopes. Read more
... don't wait another minute.
I hesitated to write a review. Not because of the book, but because I doubted I could find the right words to do it justice. Mr. Read more
A few times in my life, I’ve bought a book that impressed me so much that I bought a second copy, so in case I ever have sufficiently poor judgement that I actually lend the book... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lyle D. Gunderson
Jack Lewis carefully crafts his words for maximum effect, or so it seems. As a civilian woman with no direct ties to enlisted individuals, reading this book was an eye-opening and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book needs and deserves a few hundred more 5 star reviews and here is mine.
This is one of the most real things I have ever read. Read more
If you know Jack Lewis, the sometimes columnist for Motorcyclist magazine you presumably already own his book and have read it more than once, as have I. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Conchscooter
You know Jack speaks the truth even as you wish it wasn't so. Everyone should read this book. Especially those who've never served.Published 11 months ago by ClifPort