Ryan Smithson - Ghosts of War: The True Story of a 19-Year-Old GI
In a harrowing memoir of combat, friendship, fear, and a soldier's commitment to his country, a debut author and true patriot brings teen readers inside his tour in Iraq--a war that has little impact on the everyday lives of Americans, but one that has a life-changing impact on those who are apart of it.
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|Nonfiction Category||Biography & Autobiography • History • Juvenile Nonfiction|
|Nonfiction Subcategory||Biography & Autobiography / General • General • History / Military & Wars • Iraq War, 2003 • Military / General • Juvenile Literature • Personal Narratives, American|
|Professional Reviews||School Library Journal: "There are mixed metaphors aplenty, crude and morbid humor, and other evidence of a young author, but it all works together to create a tough but powerful look at one man's experience."|
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