Moving story of parallels in life overlooked by many. Sure to bring tears to the readers eyes. Over There by Bill Hunt Book Category: Historical Fiction Reviewed by jim greenwald ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): B00NC1WCCI
The Vietnam War from a widows view, an impactful read. Those Who Remain: Remembrance and Reunion After War by Ruth W. Crocker Book Category: Category for MWSA Reviews and Awards Reviewed by Reviewer's Name ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): B00JZNZNOG
A Daughter's Hero, A Tribute to a Veteran of Vietnam by Julie K. Weber-Torres Book Category: Nonfiction, biography. Reviewed by Michael D. Mullins ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store):1490514996
A Daughter's Hero is book about the impact of PTSD on the veteran and his family. It is a very personal book filled with pain. By sharing her experience, the author has the hope that her experience wtih her father's struggle to come will help others caught in the same web of torment.
- The reader is on the ground with the 101st Airborne, Vietnam, 1966! Story educates - the military jargon and politics of the time are clearly defined ... you find yourself there and wonder how anyone will survive ... or recover! Reads like a novel that is, unfortunately, too real!
Fate Unknown by Galen G. Mitchell Book Category: Memoir Reviewed by Hodge Wood ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store):1496082206
MWSA Recommended Reading List
The Military Writers Society of America (MWSA) is an organization of over one thousand writers, poets, and artists drawn together by a common bond of military service. One purpose of our Society is to review the written works of our members. From our recent book reviews, we’ve selected the following as our 2014 Autumn Recommended Reading List: