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The Long Walk: A Story of War and the Life That Follows

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  • Posted December 21, 2012

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    A very insightful book

    This is a very interesting book. It takes the reader into the the heart of war. It doesn't pretty things up for the reader; it is raw and to the point. The writer also takes the reader down the road to healing after the war is over. This isn't a pretty road to travel. It is a short read, but no page is wasted. I enjoyed this book very much; with the war still going on I'm sure other readers will find out what the vets of this war (and others) are going through when they return home. I say read this book; then go thank those who have served and are still serving this country.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2014

    Well written...

    Well written and gripping. Better than The Hurt Locker. ardee41

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2014

    No Stars-These are the self indulgent musings of a minimal man.

    No Stars-These are the self indulgent musings of a minimal man. His experiences pale in contrast to those now and in the past have been placed in situations of extreme stress. These include any first responder to human events throughout the world, not just those who have been in war. His complaints about his living conditions in Iraq are laughable when compared to those who were there in the first year of the that war. He never took a "Long Walk" himself and he provides no example of when he engaged hands on in the defusing of any IED. That he has private issues is his burden, but to share them as somehow relevant to others is irresponsible. Peter Sinden

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2014

    Makes one seriously wonder whether the deaths and life changing

    Makes one seriously wonder whether the deaths and life changing serious wounds sustainedin this war were in any sense justifiable.

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