Just Like Me: Beyond the Thousand-Yard Stare

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iUniverse, Jun 13, 2002 - Fiction - 379 pages
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Just Like Me: Beyond the Thousand-Yard Stare contains battle scenes as vivid as those in a Tom Hanks movie and psychic twists and turns reminiscent of Hitchcock.
—Don Duncan, retired journalist and World War II army veteran

Just Like Me is an exciting, riveting read. It will do much to further the understanding of the emotional turmoil resulting from war.
—Carol Lodmell, retired educator

This open and honest story is, I like to think, a freeing of some of Archie Morrison's demons into the ether—to dilution and impotence. I like to think, too, that in its expression of hope—man seeking something much better than the worst he can do to others (and himself)—it helps express not just Archie's aspirations, but ours as well.
—Richard Prince, retired dentist and Vietnam navy veteran

Archie Morrison creates an account of an unbelievable friendship that becomes believable when we see that it is built on truths that war diminishes but does not extinguish.
—Denzil Walters, retired teacher and editor; World War II navy veteran

 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
11
CHAPTER 3
29
CHAPTER 4
49
CHAPTER 5
71
CHAPTER 6
89
CHAPTER 7
103
CHAPTER 8
113
CHAPTER 20
231
CHAPTER 21
239
CHAPTER 22
257
CHAPTER 23
267
CHAPTER 24
279
CHAPTER 25
285
CHAPTER 26
289
CHAPTER 27
295

CHAPTER 9
119
CHAPTER 10
129
CHAPTER 11
133
CHAPTER 12
143
CHAPTER 13
157
CHAPTER 14
171
CHAPTER 15
185
CHAPTER 16
197
CHAPTER 17
209
CHAPTER 18
211
CHAPTER 19
221
CHAPTER 28
301
CHAPTER 29
313
CHAPTER 30
325
CHAPTER 31
345
CHAPTER 32
347
Epilogue
351
Afterword
353
Notes
357
References
361
Back Cover
366
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