By Philip Sharp
This review is from a pre-pub copy of Not in the Wind, Earthquake, or Fire. The story is a memoir of a soldier’s stay in Iraq written in a journal his wife gave him.
How would you react to being in the middle of a war zone, where you can’t trust the people living around you? What are the living conditions, and what kind of a mindset would you have in such a place?
Not in the Wind, Earthquake, or Fire is a book that will give you a first-hand look through the eyes of a soldier in a war zone with IEDs, and infiltration of fighters who don't what non-Muslims in their country living at all.
Not in the Wind, Earthquake, or Fire also contains photographs of troupes in camp trying to make as normal a live as possible in unusual conditions.
If readers are at all interested in finding out more about where U.S. dollars are going and how our troupes are coping, reading Not in the Wind, Earthquake, or Fire will give you some idea.
This reviewer found the story engaging and worth reading for many reasons, and awards four out of five stars recommendation.