Soldier In Paradise is a novel depicting the human experience of life through the eyes of war. Th is fi ctional autobiography follows the trials and tribulations of one young manas journey out of childhood adolescence and into the prison of memories inescapable by any means. Th e struggle to forget the pain, wrestle with guilt, and relish the good that comes with moving on and starting a new life is one battle that continues to be fought by Veterans everyday. Steven S. Cullenas evocative and vibrant writing leaves the reader poised to truly grasp the physical and emotional passage through life during and after Vietnam. qLet each man hear his own music and live by it. Th e drums roll one way for one man, I guess, and another way for another. You have to listen to your own.q- Audie MurphyInstructed by the LT to leave the puu and lead the attackers, Sergeant Gee led Charlie Company across the Pukhan Bridge to my location. ... Fifteen minutes later at first light, Charlie Company, with Task Force tanks roaring across the bridge behind them, took the enemy TOC, ... at nightasoju and bar girlsawe packed our equipment away, loading it on the scout gun jeeps, which had gotten little use.
|Title||:||Soldier In Paradise|
|Author||:||Steven S. Cullen|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2011-08-16|