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Eyes Right: Confessions from a Woman Marine Hardcover – April 1, 2012
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A senior NCO in a chain of commander asks a junior enlisted officer out. How should she reply? A general officer asks a married warrant officer for dinner. How should she reply? What are the risks and responsibilities on both sides? Who, if anyone, bears more responsibility?
One would have wished for someone who would have asked herself the big questions early on? What is love? What is duty? To whom do standards of conduct pertain, when, and why? A big one: In this story, what, if anything, can one conclude about the role of women in the military? Is this story a singular event, or something we can count on over and over again?
Read it. She's a good writer. Answer these for yourself.
I couldn't leave this review without remarking on the beautiful prose Mrs. Crow wrote with. I literally couldn't put the book down. I liked her flash back technique that as she told her story she went back and forth between the past and the 'present' until the epilogue. Very nice read.
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I read this then cut out the pages and sent it to my Daughter who is a recruit. She read it Christmas Eve and day. We both loved this book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Truck Vet
Don't know if the author was entirely truthful, but still a good readPublished 7 months ago by Floyd
Wow! What an amazing book! A colleague shared this book with me because I also served in the marines and thought I might be able to relate! OMG! Relating is an understatement! Read morePublished 11 months ago by CATHERINE M.
Take away the uniform, take away the rank, take away the label “female Marine,” and what do you have left? In the eyes of this reader, you have a woman of substance. Read morePublished on August 3, 2014 by Kathleen M. Rodgers
Tracy and I were stationed together at Camp Pendleton, Ca., and she worked with me when I was the editor of the base newspaper and she was a Marine journalist. Read morePublished on July 10, 2014 by Jim Hickman
I highly recommend this book! I sent a message to the author telling her how much I enjoyed her book and thanked her for sharing her story. Very well written as well.Published on September 19, 2013 by V. Stephens
I enjoyed reading Tracy's account of her time in the Corp. She had some remarkable opportunities and made a few mistakes, but that is life. I enjoyed her honesty. Read morePublished on July 15, 2013 by Sherri Ritter
It's been a while since I gushed over a book, and it feels great to be doing it now. Tracy Crow has written a book I've recommended to my friends. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Gary Gustafson