Soldier's Child

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
It happens everyday: a young child watches their father leave on a deployment. How do you explain to a child the importance of his job? Soldier's Child tenderly examines this question through the eyes of a child, bringing both father and child to a heart-warming conclusion.
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Review by: Martin Auer on Feb. 12, 2011 :
Yes, sure, wars are being fought to rescue sweet little girls from mean men. Children, don't you believe it!

This story talks about helping some people to "keep bad people away". It never explains who the bad people are, why they are bad, why they have to be kept away. It never explains who the ones that need help are, or what the bad people are trying to do to them. It just says: We are good guys, we are helping the good guys, and the others are the bad guys.
Just think of it: The others - whoever they are - couldn't they tell just the same story? Without changing one word?
Yes, but if the others told this story to their children it would be a damn lie!
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Review by: Bridget Squires on Dec. 19, 2010 :
So so powerful! Brought tears to my eyes! Great job and a must read!
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