Dog Company Six

  • Title: Dog Company Six
  • Author: Edwin H. Simmons
  • ISBN: 9780425180228
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dog Company Six A decorated veteran of three wars and author of two nonfiction classics The Marines and The U S Marines A History Edwin Howard Simmons has written a novel of the Korean War that is earning unparallel
    A decorated veteran of three wars, and author of two nonfiction classics The Marines and The U.S Marines A History Edwin Howard Simmons has written a novel of the Korean War that is earning unparalleled praise from both the military and literary communities Emotionally moving and intensely authentic, it is the story of George Bayard, a Marine reserve captain who is recaA decorated veteran of three wars, and author of two nonfiction classics The Marines and The U.S Marines A History Edwin Howard Simmons has written a novel of the Korean War that is earning unparalleled praise from both the military and literary communities Emotionally moving and intensely authentic, it is the story of George Bayard, a Marine reserve captain who is recalled to active duty for a command and a challenge he never would have chosen.

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    1. Military fiction written by veterans is an interesting genre. On the one hand, it frees the authors from the dryness of facts to make a more interesting and expressive story than their personal memories. On the other hand, it can leave you wondering what was left out, and what happened because it was true or merely because it made good literary sense. It's impossible to doubt General Simmons' credentials as a warrior and a historian. He was there, and his novel has the bronze gleam of truth. But [...]

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    2. Dog Company Six is a very impersonal read. In fact, it was so one dimensional as I've read non-fiction with more character depth and better plots. While I finished the book, it was less because of the characters and plot and more so to see how the war in Korea differed from the fiction and non-fiction I have read set in the Civil War, WWI, WWII, and Vietnam. In all, it was a good account of life at the front and what it took to get there, but there wasn't really a story to this novel-just a way [...]

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    3. It was a nice, quick, clean read. If I haven't told our soldiers thank you enough, I am sorry! So, thank you. Today, yesterday, all conflicts. Thank you!

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