On Killing/On Combat by David Grossman

When people ask you, 'What is it like?,' finally a book you can refer them to.

Grossman was in the 82nd airborne if I remember (maybe I should read it again). When he got out became a psychologist.

I didn't agree with everything I read but even those things still made me stop and think. Straight talk about some of the heavier topics...

I found it to be worth my time. I laughed, I cried...

Wishing you all the best.

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