Waiting for War

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During the fall of 2002, tens of thousands of American troops were stationed in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, waiting for a war nobody was sure would come at all. This is the story of one such soldier. More

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Published by Hedgie Press
Words: 39,700
Language: English
ISBN: 9780984702121
About James Brokaw

James Brokaw is currently serving as a United States Naval Officer. He wrote this book over the course of three overseas deployments, including a tour in the Middle East prior to the second Gulf War. This is his first published book, and draws heavily on the influences of other war satires, especially those of Joseph Heller and Hans Hellmut Kirst. He is married with one son.

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Review by: avidreader01 on Feb. 11, 2012 :
This book is absolutely hilarious! And sad! Well written...it makes for a very good and easy read. twin thumbs up!
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Review by: Miriam Gaudin on Jan. 16, 2012 : (no rating)
I found the book quite interesting. I couldn't put it down, I even skipped my afternoon nap but worth it. I kept my interest which is very hard to achieve! Kudos :)
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Review by: stephanie jordan on Jan. 01, 2012 : (no rating)
I stayed up way past my bed time 2 nights in a row reading Waiting for War! I think anyone would find it a very enjoyable read - anyone who has been trapped in a stinking, hot pit in the sandbox waiting on xport "ANYWHERE ELSE! PLEASE, GOD! ANYWHERE ELSE THAN HERE!" will find it too hilarious and too true to put down.
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