Between the Lines
on Oct. 22, 2013
Between the Lines should be on everyone's "nightstand" i.e, computer, etc. It is gripping, compelling and completely relevant in 2013. Paul's story leaves me wanting more. You will, too. He is a superb writer with a keen ability to make you feel like you are walking right behind him. It is prizewinning material.
My father served in Vietnam with USAID for 3 years and my brother served in Vietnam as a Marine. Paul has recreated and penned chapter by chapter, detailed accounts of his life and those of his comrades beside him, and has left me even more grateful that my brother and father both returned home. And now, I can say, too, that I am grateful to God that Paul came home, as well. This story had to be told and he was the one to tell it.
I neglected to post a star rating on my review post so will do so now. Paul's book is completely deserving of the 5 stars that I'm allowed but if I could add more stars, there would be no end to all the stars that I would need to use.