“Such Old Eyes...Such Young Faces”
This book is unlike any war book the reader may have previously read. The author writes in the first person, as the events as recorded were his own personal experiences. His goal is to place the reader with him 40 years ago, to experience the lead up to his service in the Vietnam War and the aftermath when he returned home. The author writes almost totally from memory, for him it’s as if the events just happened yesterday. The reader will be impressed as was the author, how he was a participant to some of the major historical events of the Vietnam War. The book follows a 100-year chronology of family history. He shares his emotions, experiences, opinions and makes recommendations. He challenges the readers to consider the same moral dilemmas and decisions he did. Lastly he makes recommendations for the future of America and the future of Warfare.
Format: 6.14 x 9.21 paperback, 264 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Jun 06, 2013)
Genre: HISTORY / Africa / Central