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Sebastian Junger's "War" - a review

War This week Sebastian Junger's book about about his experiences embedded with a battalion in Afghanistan hits shelves, and though I'm not usually a big reader of war stories, this one has me intrigued. Junger, as I'm sure you recall, is the journalist who wrote the bestselling The Perfect Storm (and, along with Jon Krakauer and Into Thin Air, sparked a renewed interest in what you might call adventure nonfiction).

War, writes columnist Fred Grimm in his review, is "harrowing."


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