Wednesday, July 16, 2014

My Philadelphia Inquirer Review Of "Brothers Forever"

My review of Brothers Forever apeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

In James A. Michener's 1953 novel The Bridges of Toko-Ri, a carrier jet pilot and two rescue helicopter pilots are killed in action during the Korean War. Upon hearing of the pilots' deaths, the carrier task force admiral wonders why America was lucky enough to have such men.

"Where do we get such men?" the admiral asks himself.

Brothers Forever is a book that may answer that question. It's a book one should read to learn more about the military people who volunteer to serve and sacrifice their lives in America's far-off conflicts.

You can read the rest of the review below:

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