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A life without guarantees... lived minute by minute... Through the jungles of Vietnam. The First Infantry had a job: to stop the march of communism. It was a pivotal point in history that few understood. Donald McNamara was there, and he tells his story in a way that is captivating, honest, and uniquely his. Truth is often found in the gray areas between the lines. Yo A life without guarantees... lived minute by minute... Through the jungles of Vietnam. The First Infantry had a job: to stop the march of communism. It was a pivotal point in history that few understood. Donald McNamara was there, and he tells his story in a way that is captivating, honest, and uniquely his. Truth is often found in the gray areas between the lines. You'll come away changed from this book. Get it now.


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A life without guarantees... lived minute by minute... Through the jungles of Vietnam. The First Infantry had a job: to stop the march of communism. It was a pivotal point in history that few understood. Donald McNamara was there, and he tells his story in a way that is captivating, honest, and uniquely his. Truth is often found in the gray areas between the lines. Yo A life without guarantees... lived minute by minute... Through the jungles of Vietnam. The First Infantry had a job: to stop the march of communism. It was a pivotal point in history that few understood. Donald McNamara was there, and he tells his story in a way that is captivating, honest, and uniquely his. Truth is often found in the gray areas between the lines. You'll come away changed from this book. Get it now.

30 review for Which the Days Never Know: A Year in Vietnam by the Numbers

  1. 5 out of 5

    a.t.m.

    Different book about Vietnam. I first started reading this book thinking it would be another year in the life in Vietnam. But, as the book progressed it got my attention to the significance of the specific day in his tour of duty and what trivial or important fact the author wanted to share. It is a total different read , but, I found it entertaining. His sense of irony won this reader over, Welcome Home.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Linda Moss

    A Numba 1 summary of the Vietnam/American War. "The hits just keep on coming" All 365. If you paint the numbers, you will see picture. You can learn a lot counting numbers.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Brian

    Interesting style and take. Interest waned at times. Lacking narrative. I kept waiting for the author to open up with his direct experience not the M79 or M16 on the corresponding numbered day.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Pmaguire

    Not worth the free download Poetry or at least a poor attempt at it. Maybe try I g to jump on the bandwagon without any idea for a book. Skip this

  5. 5 out of 5

    John Danenbarger

    I think you need to have been there.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Dave Hill

    This is bullshit. What kind of format is this? Very weird format. What was the point. What a ripoff. I want my money bsck.

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