Another Day in Paradise

| July 4, 2012

Justin Burgess, an Army Captain, who comments here often and sends us great tips, also sent us a copy of his eBook “Another Day in Paradise“, and I really enjoyed it. Here’s what the pubicist says about his book;

A young officer is forced to deal with love, loss, and his own understanding of duty while fighting a savage enemy in the wilds of Afghanistan. Although fictional, this story is an honest, gritty, and often humorous portrayal of the realities of combat, and the toll it takes on those who fight. From the frustrations of a desk job to the responsibilities of a commander thrust into the thick of the action, Captain Chris Braddock is a man who must overcome his own personal demons to successfully lead his men into battle, and safely home. Written entirely in Afghanistan while the author served on his own combat tour, this story offers a unique and realistic look at our nation’s longest war.

For the Fourth of July, the book is free at Amazon, so if you need some reading material for today, go get it. It will remain free tomorrow, too.

Category: Book Review

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  1. Bubblehead Ray says:

    Downloaded into the bat phone. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Blanka says:

    Looks good. Will definitely check it out.

  3. AW1 Tim says:

    I’ll have to find a hard copy, unless it’s downloadable to a PC.

  4. Yat Yas 1833 says:

    It’s down loadable to Ipads!

  5. Marine_7002 says:

    I must be one of about 37 people in the US who do not have a smartphone of some brand or other. I’m just barely beyond tin cans and string…

  6. defendUSA says:


  7. AFMSgt says:

    AW1 Tim and Marin_7002, you can get a Kindle reader app for PC

    Then you can read the book on your computer.

  8. AFMSgt says:

    Sorry, typo, meant Marine_7002

  9. DR_BRETT says:

    Also, I have no portable telephone.

  10. DR_BRETT says:

    No. 7 AFMSgt:
    Thanks for the tip .

  11. Marine_7002 says:

    @7 AFMSgt – damn, I learn something every day in spite of my best efforts. Thanks!

  12. H1 says:

    First book was outstanding.
    Don’t typically read tomes in a day anymore.
    This was the exception.
    Emailed the link to my phone.