Official Review: Once in a Blue Year by Michael D. Durkota

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Post by Cheeky » 15 Jul 2017, 10:10

This book is just ok for me. I 't seems like a very intriguing and Interesting novel; congrats: to you on your review.

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Post by Magomepacha » 17 Jul 2017, 09:56

Great work by Michael.the struggles by military men to reintegrate themselves back into society, remains a challenge to all.

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The struggles by military men to reintegrate themselves back into society remains a challenge to all

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Post by N_R » 10 Jan 2018, 02:14

Thanks for the review - this was a really amazing review to read! This book sounds amazing and the concept of having to return to civilian life after being in a dangerous war zone is very real for a lot of families. Yes the movie, The Hurt Locker, deals with this as well where one soldier is unable to be content returning to civilian life.

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