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The Perfect War

by James William Gibson

“Powerfully and persuasively, William Gibson tells us why we were in Vietnam. This book is a work of daring brilliance–an eye-opening chronicle of waste and self-delusion.” –Robert Olen Butler…

War by Other Means

by John Yoo

“The most important and convincing book yet about the Bush Administration’s legal response to the attacks of September 11th, 2001, and America’s ensuing war against their al Quaeda perpetrators.” —Front Page Magazine…

My War Gone By, I Miss It So

by Anthony Loyd

Anthony Loyd’s gripping depiction of the depravity of war in Bosnia and Chechnya “places him into the great tradition of Hemingway, Caputo, and Michael Herr.” —The Boston Globe…

What It Is Like to Go to War

by Karl Marlantes

…of the New York Times best seller Matterhorn, which has sold over 250,000 copies, What It Is Like to Go to War is a powerful nonfiction book about the experience of combat and how inadequately we prepare our young men and women for the psychological and spiritual stresses of war….

War Reporting for Cowards

by Chris Ayres

…bout of cowardice he managed to record the event with grace. . . . War Reporting for Cowards reminded me of the granddaddy of the genre, Evelyn Waugh’s novel Scoop, and that Ayres’s book can be mentioned in the same sentence is a tribute. . . . The truly indispensable…

Charlie Wilson’s War

by George Crile

…roaring through in this tour de force of reporting and writing. Tom Clancy’s fiction pales in comparison with the amazing, mesmerizing story told by George Crile. By resurrecting a missing chapter out of our recent past, Charlie Wilson’s War provides us with the key to understanding the present.” —Dan Rather…

The Hidden War

by Artyom Borovik

“[A] remarkable book . . . Borovik manages to convey an intimate sense of the war in Afghanistan with the novelist’s eye for the telling image. . . . Borovik is brutal and unsparing, and he allows us to see the real face of the Soviet soldier.” –Los Angeles Times…

Victory 1918

by Alan Palmer

“Victory 1918 covers all the theaters of war, not only the muck and mire of France. . . . [It] provides food for thought and reflection on the futility of war as an instrument of policy.” –Norman N. Brown, Chicago Tribune…

War Dances

by Sherman Alexie

…substance abuse, medical neglect, 9/11, Official Narrative vs. What Really Happened, settler religion vs. native spirituality, marketing, shopping, and war, war, war. All the heartbreaking ways we don’t live now—this is the caring, eye-opening beauty of this rollicking, bittersweet gem of a book.” —PEN/Faulkner judge Al Young on War Dances…

One Soldier’s War

by Arkady Babchenko

“By turns horrific, sad, and funny, [One Soldier’s War] fills a big gap by providing us with the first-person experiences of an articulate Russian soldier. . . . Evokes Catch-22 or, closer to the source, the savage ironies of Isaac Babel’s tales of the 1919-21 Russian-Polish war, Red Cavalry.” —The…