Baghdad Express: A Gulf War Memoir
This innovative memoir - simultaneously terrifying and hilarious, equal parts 'Catch-22' and 'Catcher in the rye' - explores both the absurdities of war and the necessity of accepting our flawed world of shadows. With expansive humanity and profane grace, Turnipseed finds the real-world answers to his philosophical questions and reaches the hardest peace for any young man to achieve - with himself.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - TimBazzett - LibraryThing
Hard core marines would probably not approve of this book. Because as a marine, Turnipseed is something less than gung-ho. His approach to the military life is much too casual. Of course he's telling ... Read full review
Baghdad express: a Gulf War memoirUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Humans are multifaceted, yet we tend to view each other in one dimension. We expect a college philosophy major to expound the ideas of Plato and an enlisted marine to focus on more worldly matters ... Read full review