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Gateway to Hell: Vietnam 1968: Thoughts and personal experiences of an infantry soldier Kindle Edition
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For those who never served in combat and those born too late to either have served in Vietnam or waited fearfully for a friend, relative, or loved one to return, Coleman's story can provide a truly accessible portal to not only a time and place, but also the universality of suffering.
He manages to capture moments of his experiences that should resonate with anyone who has felt fear, disappointment, frustration, anger, guilt, loss, and pain.
His tome manages to show that life will break everyone, but that brokenness is not the sad end so many people believe it to be. It can be a path to the kind of discovery that can redeem, renew, and resurrect even the folks who believe what has happened to them in life destroyed their hopes and dreams.
His recollections give a reason for hope.
That makes this book useful and important to those who don't have any interest in Vietnam or war in general.
He has hope yet -- and his story shows how anyone can find it.
Even on those that are strong and serve with dignity and honor pay a price that is never talked about. But it is paid.
Coleman shares his story of war and the price that is extracted from the soul. I highly recommend.