The Rosetta Stone of Memories: Revelation of an Airborne Ranger

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Magic Kingdom Dispatch, Nov 12, 2018 - History - 490 pages
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The Rosetta Stone of Memories is the sequel to Stephen Trujillo's Tale of the Grenada Raiders, the next installment in the Tales of the Rangers series . 

The Rosetta Stone of Memories  is two books in one. The first half of the book addresses the metaphysics, cosmology, theurgy and scripture that underlie  A Tale of the Grenada Raiders. This material is now published under the title Revelation: A Screed on Dreams and Worlds Without End, and it is available on all the usual venues. 

The second half of the book continues the narrative begun in A Tale of the Grenada Raiders. This material is published separately under the title Metamorphosis: Forging an Airborne Ranger

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An outstanding book on the authors journey to becoming a Ranger. Steve tells an honest and thoughtful tale on what motivated him and the mindset of Army Rangers. I really enjoyed this book and his description of life in the peacetime Ranger Battalion which was no cake walk. He had some great stories about some truly unique men.
The preface is well written and contains thoughtful insights it can be a hard read. I jumped back and forth myself. If you find that part to be difficult skip to page 204. This is a book that cannot be read in one sitting. The book is also very well illustrated so readers can put a face to these exceptional soldiers. I want to thank Steve for once again writing an outstanding book.
 

About the author (2018)

 Stephen Trujillo is the author of A Tale of the Grenada Raiders and The Rosetta Stone of Memories, the first two installments in the series Tales of the Rangers

Revelation: A Screed on Dreams and Worlds Without End and Metamorphosis: Forging an Airborne Ranger are the two halves of Rosetta Stone. They are available separately. 

The anthology Tales of the Rangers  will be published in 2019. 

The writer resides in Bangkok.

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