My Brother in Arms: The Exceptional Life of Mark Andrew Forester, United States Air Force Combat Controller Kindle Edition
An Amazon Book with Buzz: "Punch Me Up to the Gods" by Brian Broome
"One of the most electrifying, powerful, simply spectacular memoirs I—or you— have ever read." —Augusten Burroughs Learn more
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- ASIN : B00FDWCIGE
- Publisher : Triumph Press; 1st edition (January 7, 2014)
- Publication date : January 7, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 7493 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 274 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #391,948 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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And keeps you turning the pages to the very end
Not only do you learn what a true hero is but it also takes you on an emotional journey with All that knew and loved Mark and leaves you feeling as if you were a part of their world from the very beginning. This is a very exceptional read that allows you to feel the love compassion and sorrow that this family shared and also learn the journey of a young man that served God and country to the end.
It also made me think deeply on the men and women in my family that served and even those that didn’t that were touched by those who did.
Thank you Mark for your service and God be with those you left behind.
Truly deserves more than 5 stars.
Thank you to all who serve or have served.
May those of us you protect never take a moment of freedom for granted
I highly recommended this book to read!
Top reviews from other countries
The book is a series of quotes, verbatim, of people talking about the deceased. As such the repetition of mundane stuff is never ending, I felt like ripping my eyes out after each new repetition of a generic visit to his favorite franchise restaurant or this or the other mall.
The parts when the quotes from the Air Force webpage are used to describe what a CCT job is ... well, I could have read the USAF web for free.
Finding out what kind of person he was just makes you want to do better at everything.
I hope others will read this book and be inspired.