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For America...1968 was the bloodiest year of the Vietnam War. For those who served...it was personal.The sights, sounds and smells of that year have stayed with me my whole life. I avoided these memories for a long time, not wanting to give them power over me again. Fifty-plus years on, I'm ready. INTO THE BELLY OF THE BEAST is my story. An ordinary boy living through extr For America...1968 was the bloodiest year of the Vietnam War. For those who served...it was personal.The sights, sounds and smells of that year have stayed with me my whole life. I avoided these memories for a long time, not wanting to give them power over me again. Fifty-plus years on, I'm ready. INTO THE BELLY OF THE BEAST is my story. An ordinary boy living through extraordinary, life-changing times and coming to grips with it all.


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For America...1968 was the bloodiest year of the Vietnam War. For those who served...it was personal.The sights, sounds and smells of that year have stayed with me my whole life. I avoided these memories for a long time, not wanting to give them power over me again. Fifty-plus years on, I'm ready. INTO THE BELLY OF THE BEAST is my story. An ordinary boy living through extr For America...1968 was the bloodiest year of the Vietnam War. For those who served...it was personal.The sights, sounds and smells of that year have stayed with me my whole life. I avoided these memories for a long time, not wanting to give them power over me again. Fifty-plus years on, I'm ready. INTO THE BELLY OF THE BEAST is my story. An ordinary boy living through extraordinary, life-changing times and coming to grips with it all.

30 review for Into the Belly of the Beast: One Man's Year in the Vietnam War

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rudinski

    Well written account of the horrors of being in 'the Nam'. I was only disappointed when I finished the book. I've read many accounts of the U.S. involvement in South Vietnam, and can only feel a heavy sadness for the lives lost and the blood spilled by so many, for so little gain.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Preston

    You are back in Vietnam again. Short yet powerful account of a soldier doing his job. Not a slow moment in this book. Brings back memories to those who served and did not dodge the draft

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ray York

    Into The Belly of The Beast Very well written and giving a good look at a year in the life of an infantry men in Vietnam. Thank you for sharing your story and I’m very pleased with your ending. My best wishes to you and yours.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Gary Scollins

    A good read If your looking for another grunt experience authors autobiography, this is not it. It's exactly what the forward said it was and the epilogue pointed out. It's a story and perhaps a lesson for his grandkids. No more. No less. Thank you for your service,and for your sharing this story. God bless.

  5. 4 out of 5

    ERNIE SADOSKY

    Outstanding. Why didn't we get out of this "war". What a waste of our men and women.....

  6. 5 out of 5

    Louis Reichenbach

    Good story about a surviver This guy was nearly killed and returned to the field when his wounds . Yet he still has to deal with surviver s guilt after his discharge from the army. I m sure his brothers on the wall must be proud of him..

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