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DeMille, who saw his own tour of duty in Vietnam (and even found a letter on a dead Vietnamese soldier), intersperses historical facts and chilling political possibilities with enough local color to provide some serious flashbacks for his fellow veterans. To non-vets the book may seem very long, but the payoff at the end is worth a couple hundred extra pages. --Barrie Trinkle --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Vivid portrayal of the Vietnam war from someone who apparently fought in it. One of Nelson Demilles best most moving novels. As usual, great character development.Published 2 days ago by bert moskowitz
I love the wit of DeMille's characters, and being a Nelson DeMille fan, I have to say that this book is one of his best. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Greg
we were in country at the same time. it's like a trip down an old road. this is my 2nd copy, one of my VA brothers wanted my old copy and they keep trading it among the group,Published 15 days ago by M L Almaguer
DeMille is one of the best at blending historical accuracy with a strong story line, a hot babe or two, formidable foes and plenty of action.Published 20 days ago by Craig D. Chatfield
Maybe DeMille's best work. A must read for any VietNam Vet planning on a trip to visit VietNam. Gives an excellent portrayal of the landscape of VietNam and the vast changes that... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Chuck
I've read some of his books and some I've really liked (Like Gold Coast) and some were terrible (Like this one). It is a dull travelogue of an obnoxious vet returning to Vietnam. Read morePublished 25 days ago by C. Hurwitz