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on Jan. 23, 2012 :
This is an amazing and moving story that pulls the reader into the vivid world of post-Vietnam. Once you begin reading, you won't be able to look away.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on July 27, 2011 :
From the heart-rending letters of the families left behind to the stomach-churning horror of a battle's aftermath in Vietnam, each page of this dazzling anthology offers the reader something new and utterly unforgettable. Gadfly gives us a window through which we can see war from all sides and experiences, presenting the reader with a sharp and vividly personal experience. Bone Fragments, simply put, deserves a place in every library.
Don't miss out on this - positively breathtaking.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on July 25, 2011 :
Moving and morbid, Gabriel Gadfly's debut work "Bone Fragments" captures the essence of war over the last century and a half. With an array of characters, Gadfly leave the reader breathless and captivated, marching with rebel soldiers across a cold Virginia battlefield and burrowed down in a French foxhole to experiencing a child's ignorant horror at Hiroshima. But most importantly, we see war through the eyes of not only the soldiers in the air and on the ground, but through the lens of their wives, daughters, husbands and mothers, their yearning for closeness whispers from each page.
For history nuts, war enthusiasts looking for a fictional change of pace and poetry lovers everywhere, Bone Fragments will capture you and leave you MIA until its completion.
(reviewed the day of purchase)