Letters Home: Korea is the story of a solider serving on the front lines, with the 5th Ranger Company in America’s Forgotten War. Follow along with him on his journey of training with an elite group of soldiers to be sent to the front lines in the Korean War, where they will take part in some of the most decisive battles that helped impact the course of the war.Get a glimpLetters Home: Korea is the story of a solider serving on the front lines, with the 5th Ranger Company in America’s Forgotten War. Follow along with him on his journey of training with an elite group of soldiers to be sent to the front lines in the Korean War, where they will take part in some of the most decisive battles that helped impact the course of the war.Get a glimpse into his life as a soldier as he spends years away from his family to continue serving overseas even after being wounded and losing some of his friends.~Letters Home: Korea is the third novella in a set of four from the “Letters from War” series~~This book reads like a packet of old letters instead of a typical chapter formation~...
|Title||:||Letters Home: Korea (Letters from War)|
|Number of Pages||:||87 Pages|
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Letters Home: Korea (Letters from War) Reviews
This book is the best yet in the Letters from War series by Teresa Jones. In this story she gives you the inside look of a young soldier during the Korean war and the letters he sends to his mother. A majority of the letters and occurrences in this book took place in the life of the author's Father-in-Law and knowing that a lot of the letters are real and that it really happened makes the story that much more real. I couldn't imagine going through the things that this soldier went through and it makes me that much more proud to support the military to know that there are and were people that were this brave to fight for this Country.Well done!
"I'm glad to hear that you and dad are proud of what I am trying to do; I would never want either of you to find dishonor in the life that I am trying to build for myself."That line falls in the middle of this wonderful book that follows a young serviceman who volunteers to become part of the new elite Army Ranger infantry and is deployed to the Korean war. Letters Home: Korea chronicles the young mans time while training, his deployment, injury and recovery and yet it is so much more. It shows of a family's love and dedication to each other and their country. This book brings the characters to life and takes you along on the journey, it is an easy read and tugs at your heart. I suggest you buy the book, make a cup of coffee, settle in and let the characters show you a moment in time that you will never forget.