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Dying For Strangers: Memoirs of a Special Ops Operator in Iraq

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Dying For Strangers: Memoirs of a Special Ops Operator in Iraq by Brennan Morton

100% of the author's profits will go to the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit that helps wounded veterans. From boot camp to two tours overseas in a special operations unit, Dying for Strangers takes the reader on a compelling journey of self-discovery through the eyes of a young man eager to find himself at all costs, even his own life. When the small, close knit platoon suffers almost fifty-percent casualties over the course of several months the young man is forced to reevaluate everything he believes to come to terms with his new surroundings. Gritty, honest, and rife with the dark humor that captures the American fighting man's spirit, Dying for Strangers falls in next to Jarhead, Generation Kill, Lone Survivor, and Catch-22. If you are looking for heroes and lauded jingoism, this is not the book. From boot camp to two tours overseas in a special operations unit, Dying for Strangers takes the reader on a compelling journey of self-discovery through the eyes of a young man eager to find himself at all costs, even his own life. When the small, close knit platoon suffers almost fifty-percent casualties over the course of several months the young man is forced to reevaluate everything he believes to come to terms with his new surroundings. Gritty, honest, and rife with the dark humor that captures the American fighting man's spirit, Dying for Strangers falls in next to Jarhead, Generation Kill, Lone Survivor, and Catch-22. If you are looking for heroes and lauded jingoism, this is not the book.


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Size: 3.5 MB
Publisher: Gatekeeper Press
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781619849662 (EPUB)

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03/29/2017
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