Monday, August 18, 2008

Review: On Call in Hell by Richard Jadick

Oh, man. Don't even think about reading this book unless you want to cry. This guy was a Navy doctor serving front line Marines in the battle of Fallujah. He personally knew almost every traumatically wounded guy who came into his tent, and I don't even know how you deal with something like that. Whether you think this war is important or whether you think it's a waste, I believe there's not an American out there that doesn't respect our fighting men and women. This is an important book and you should read it. Go to Costco and get the jumbo case of Kleenex first, though.

1 comment:

Christine said...

Hi Lisa,

This is sort of off-topic to your post, but I didn't see a link to email you.

I wanted to thank you for linking to my blog, which I think that you did earlier this month? But! I've recently started blogging at my own domain, and your link is out-of-date.

Would you mind switching http://shereadsbooks.wordpress.com/ to http://shereadsbooks.org/? I'd like to start directing traffic to the new rather than the old wherever possible, so I'm starting to track down old links...

Thanks!

Christine