WHY READ TEENAGERS WAR

Even if you never read books about the war in Vietnam you probably have a foundational understanding surrounding this time in our history. What you never knew was how it felt being a reluctant warrior caught up in something that started as a small advisory group and grew into the unwieldy beast of a war that consumed so much of America’s treasure and youthful manpower. This personal journal is one formerly untold story about this historical disaster from the viewpoint of one young soldier.

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21 comments on “WHY READ TEENAGERS WAR”

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    • Mike

      I am sorry for the delay in this response. I am an old guy and don’t underestimate much of this technology, but was told by my book guy to do these things. I think that my book sheds light on parts of this war not before covered. I hope you read it and find it informative and interesting.

    • Mike

      Sorry for the delayed response. I’m old and not sure about this technology. As far as knowing more, it’s all in the book. It’s a short read, but I think you will find out much that has never been covered in past books about this war.

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  9. Pamela Burgh

    I really enjoyed reading your book and it gave me a glimpse
    of what young soldiers go through. You have a very honest
    way of writing and I was hooked immediately.
    Thank you
    Your cousin Pam

    • Anonymous

      Thanks, Pam. I hoped for this response while writing the book. We have been inundated over the last decades with all of the sensational “Rambo” movies about service in Vietnam and I think it was high time that the “rest of the story” was told. Sure, there were the Rambos in the war, but mostly there were scared soldiers just trying to survive and get the hell out of there. If you aren’t scared in a war, I guess I don’t know what you’re made of, but it’s not logic. Once you’ve seen what modern weapons can do to a human body, it changes your perspective about everything WAR!

      Please tell others to read the book and it’s now available in ebook format on Amazon for those who like their reading “digital”.

      Be well.

    • Anonymous

      Thank you for your kind commentary on my book. I really would like to see every 16-19 Y.O. In this country read this book. It would certainly put their teenage trials and tribulations into another context.

    • Kimberly Jo Wick

      Why read this book? I received it yesterday around 3 pm. It took me about 5 hours to read and I couldn’t put it down. It’s a story about a young man and his journey through the Vietnam war. It’s not filled with graphic explanations of the horrifying scenes they witnessed but it is filled with love and compassion and a truck load of fear. It’s worth a read. Though I have never experienced war it helped me identify the fear that grips me and the insignificance of it all. Great job Michael Zboray!

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