A Field of Innocence
Jack Estes volunteered to fight a war in a faraway country he couldn't even locate on a map. He was a kid, eighteen years old. Married, broke, flunking out of college-and about to become a father. The Marines seemed like a good way out. He figured the Nam couldn't be any worse than home. He was wrong.
Publishers Weekly says "Chilling...It tells how a youngster from Portland, Oregon matured in the crucible of combat...The reader is given a sense of what it's like to fight an unseen enemy who might appear anytime, anywhere and start shooting from ambush."
Karl Marlantes, New York Times best selling author of "Matterhorn" calls "A Field of Innocence", "Powerful ...and riveting."
Tim O'Brien, New York Times best selling author of "The Things They Carried" says, "With its raw realism and heartbreaking honesty...one of the finest Vietnam memoirs."
Kirkus Review says A Field of Innocence is "Exciting and Impressive."
- Author: Jack Estes
- Publication Date: 2014-01-21
- Publisher: Jack Estes
- Product Group: eBooks
- Manufacturer: Jack Estes
- Binding: Kindle Edition, 281 pages
- ASIN: B00HZQOTMM