Grim, eye-opening story of an Israeli soldier in Ariel Sharon's Lebanon war. Well-written, dramatic, contemporary, the utterly pessimistic tone fails to provide any uplift. Maybe there is no bigger picture that offers any glimmer of hope; maybe the author was still too close to the events to see it.
Grim, relentless story of a pointless war ruining young lives. "All Quiet on the...more