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The Hardest Place

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Absolutely brilliant! A thorough and engaging history of American involvement in Afghanistan that, while geared to a war-buff/history-buff audience with some familiarity in the subject, is completely readable and accessible to readers new to war and military history. Morgan weaves a story that is both deeply researched and marvelously colorful. Through his thoughtful and beautiful writing, it’s easy to imagine oneself in the middle of the Pech Valley during years of war. I hope there are more books to come from Morgan.
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ARC from NET GALLEY

SO hard to read after serving, and most of these books are junk or one-sided hater sheets.  
Here you will find Morgan spent 10 years getting all sides from the "hollywoods" to the regular "humpers" and all of us in between.  

The book screams out all the things that are wrong and yet we keep doing them.  If you read it you can learn but we no longer have "leaders who are readers" just "losers who are u-tubers" and it is the troops on the terrain who suffer.

Summary and one of the best lines, could have been the establishment of an almost suicidal status quo ALWAYS looking for the next target.  For adult minds only, ENJOY!!
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