All Soldiers Run Away Andy Owen My review of “All Soldiers Run Away,” which was released today, is below. You can read my very interesting interview with Andy Owen about writing the book and about war, literature, and PTSD here and my review of his novel “East of Coker” here. Some soldiers are heroic. But […]Read more "“All Soldiers Run Away” by Andy Owen"
“For once,” Dan Mills says about the news that his battalion was being sent to Iraq, “we were going somewhere interesting.” A professional soldier in his 30s and the head of his battalion’s sniper group, Mills had been bored stiff by a series of tours in tedious places like Northern Ireland and Bosnia. But finally, […]Read more "“Sniper One” by Dan Mills"
“Rebellion’s Forge” is a rip-snorting tale of battle and adventure. There’s also some other stuff, but it takes backstage to the action. Loosely based on historical events, the story takes place in the early 12th century, when the Normans were trying to extend their conquest from England to Wales. King Gruffydd is walking a fine […]Read more "“Rebellion’s Forge” by K.M. Ashman"