Soldier, Storyteller: A Woman Soldier Goes to War

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On August 2, 1990, Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait. Within twenty-four hours, he controlled the entire country. Five days later, the United States was deploying soldiers and had named the military operation Desert Shield. This would be the largest deployment of women at the time. Soldier, Storyteller is a rare inside look at war from a woman’s perspective and answers "What was it like?" More

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About Linda Maye Adams

Linda Maye Adams was probably the least likely person to be in the Army—even the Army thought so! She was an enlisted soldier and served for twelve years and was one of the women who deployed to Desert Storm. But she’d much prefer her adventures to be in books. She is the author of the military-based GALCOM Universe series, including the novels Crying Planet and Lonely Planet. She’s also received three honorable mentions in the Writers of the Future contest and an honorable mention in Alfred Hitchcock Magazine’s contest. Linda is a native of Los Angeles, California, and currently lives in Northern Virginia. Find out more about Linda Maye Adams on her website at http://www.lindamayeadams.com.

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Don Fern reviewed on on Aug. 22, 2015

For anyone that wants to know a real viewpoint by a person, the author of the book, in the military and in a combat area, this book should be read.
It is straight forward writing, without any fix it up, to make it look good, for the military or the author.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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