“They were brothers—brothers from the old army.” Major Clay Steerforth, USMC, and Lieutenant Colonel Abdul Mujeed, Iraqi Defense Forces, are two men willing to gamble their lives in pursuit of an ideal. More
Separated by culture but united by war, they cross paths in war-torn Iraq and unwittingly aid each other in their divergent pursuits of victory—both in combat and in personal fulfillment. Destiny makes them friends. Their bond is cemented after pondering the meaning of war, grasping at the promise of love, and sharing the knowledge that chance and death and are woven into the fabric of their profession.
“You will find yourself completely immersed...transported to a war zone in Ramadi and Fallujah. From the very preface—so gripping and extraordinary is this captivating narrative from a bona fide American hero who clearly writes from experience.” George Wayne, Vanity Fair and R.O.M.E.
“A gripping inside look at the psychological challenges of modern war. The riveting dialogue, brutal honesty, and keen insight into the nature and history of warfare make this a must read.” Rita Cosby, Emmy-Winning Journalist & Bestselling Author