Lewis Puller, Jr. demonstrates a great deal of transparency in recounting his pilgrimage from the son of a war hero to a wounded warrior looking for his rightful place in the world. The New York Times called this book: “A haunting tribute to the names on the
The fact that much of Puller’s personal journey took place during the same time the nation was struggling with building the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial adds a special poignancy to this memoir. Several of my friends who have served recently in
This is a story of great loss and of commensurate courage and determination. I think you will find it inspiring and well worth reading.