Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran Henry J. Morris tells his war stories to his 18-year-old son in anticipation of his son enlisting in the Marines and going to war. But how accurate is his telling? Men who have been in combat rarely tell anybody other than other combat veterans what it was really like. So Henry J.'s stories vary somewhat from the actual incidents. Each of Henry J.'s recollections is followed by a more accurate version of the incident. This novel was originally published by Ivy Books in 1989.
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Published September 7, 2012
by Ballantine Books.
Literature & Fiction, War.