Tag Archives: Military/Vietnam War

Hue 1968

by Mark Bowden

From “a master of narrative journalism” (New York Times Book Review), a riveting history of the biggest and bloodiest battle of the Vietnam War.

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…

A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain

by Robert Olen Butler

“Deeply affecting . . . A brilliant collection of stories about storytellers whose recited folklore radiates as implicit prayer . . . One of…

Fortunate Son

by Lewis Puller

“Passionate. . . . Puller writes with simplicity and candor, with touches of spontaneous humor. His outcry of agony and isolation, while harrowing, leaves…

The Circle of Hanh

by Bruce Weigl

“Weigl keeps his readers in cliff-hanging suspense. . . . So powerful is his writing that readers, too, will live among these words. They…