An awesome book about not only the sacrifices that the men and women of our country make fighting our wars, but also the sacrifices their families and other loved ones make as well.
I listened to the audiobook in the car during my daily commute and enjoyed it. I really liked the sections dealing with Owen Brick and the other world of civil war America. The energy seemed to drain out of it towards the end however as August Brill and his daughter have a long talk about his past. The conclusion attempts to tie it together but I am not sure it quite worked.
Overall, an interesting story that offers a unique and valuable perspective for our times.
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I think the book is well done – it brings to light a world that is not easily uncovered due to the secrecy of the security firms and the U.S. government.
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