War Memoir: Adrian Bonenberger’s Afghan Post

I draw a line between remembrance and imagination, so I don’t review many memoirs on Time Now.  I’m interested in the artistic representation of war more than its factual rendition, and I don’t want to be lured into judging someone’s life or disputing a soldier’s understanding of what he or she lived through.  Plus, there’s … Continue reading War Memoir: Adrian Bonenberger’s Afghan Post