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I couldn't put this book down, and read it in one sitting.
The author's direct approach, her ability to lay bare the emotions of those in this situation, makes these stories very compelling, even unforgettable.
Fallon has a way of bringing to life people and scenarios that we never imagined, but that are very, very real.
To paraphrase Franz Kafka, writing should be like “a suicide in the forest” and “an axe for the frozen sea within us. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Mike Cunha
I was an Army wife for a few years and during that time it was some of the greatest and worst moments of my life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kristen M. Taylor
Not a great read. Easy to get through but not very stimulating. Saw it recommended in a magazine review but was disappointed.Published 2 months ago by evette ali
Even thought I have no first-hand knowledge of the subject, I have a feeling this is a fairly accurate of the lives and loves of military families--the men shipped off to foreign... Read morePublished 2 months ago by kaf
For those of us not in the military, or without close family members who are serving, it can be difficult to understand the realities of life for soldiers and their families today. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jonathan Robbins
Thoughtful, insightful view of life on an army base. Should be read by all interested in how war effects every aspect of societyPublished 4 months ago by Meri Ney
However I would have liked at least one story talking about normal love and drama not just dysfunctional families of the army. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Angela Nunley
I have read several books about military life and as a military wife I have to say this is the best out there. Read morePublished 7 months ago by MM
I am a military widow and I love reading anything about military spouses. This book was great, although there was a bit of exaggeration in it.Published 7 months ago by Victoria R. Sexton