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Joe Bonham comes to in hospital. He hears ringing in his ears and is swathed from head to toe in bandages. Read morePublished 10 days ago by An admirer of Saul
I have bought this book so many times only to give it away to someone who hasn't read it before. One of the great books of our time.Published 15 days ago by Thomas
Trough read not much about the war. More intellectual than enterainment. However, it is worth reading as it requires some thought to digest what the author is giving to the... Read morePublished 28 days ago by 1SG Milo, US Army, (Ret.)
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Undoubtedly my single favorite book of all time.
My all-time favorite book EVER.
Yes, it is a bit tough of a read-- jumping from flashback to flashback. In the first five chapters, there is only 1 comma used. Read more
What a concept and what an execution of that idea! One never would want to be in Joe's position, but it did and does and will still happen. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jim