I usually do not like to review books on topics such as the ones shared in These Heroic, Happy Dead by Luke Mogelson. There's a reason for it - actually a couple reasons. And because of my reasoning, I stayed away, but once a book is given to me for review, I have to hold to my obligations. I have to read it and give my thoughts, and so I review the thought-provoking, unsentimental shares of this debut author.
These Heroic, Happy Dead is a compilation of stories that go deep into the lives of fictional characters, who're either on the line of war, behind the lines or awaiting those returning from the war. Because my father and many others in my family served, I found myself with an aching heart of a mother, the loss of children and the confusion of the men who died.
This book is real. It hurts and it brings pride. It allows you to travel in time and deal with an alcoholic vet who can't adapt. The stories even come together, a sort of puzzle in the way they relate, but each tale seems to be its own. To be all come together in such a book, made me not regret receiving this book. I enjoyed it very much.📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓 out of 5 specs
*We're Alive podcast is next.
**Book was provided, free from Library Thing, for an honest review.
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