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Not just a book...an inspiration in book form
Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2020
Thank you Sgt. Beikirch for your openness and honesty.
Marcus Brotherton is a master with words. He mines the depths of a person's soul, mind, heart, and spirit so that a reader can identify with the life of another. In this case the person is Sgt. Gary Beikirch. This book helped me understand the duty of soldiers and inevitably the duty of a man and eventually the duty of a Christian. I was struck with Sgt Beikirch's decision to a) join the army, b) choose the Green Berets, and c) become a medic so he could help people. (A course he eventually walked and continues to walk). You will be amazed at Sgt. Beikirch's journey through war, battle, hurt, darkness, healing, more darkness, more healing and victory. His devotion to his training and assignments is humbling and inspiring. You will cry, think, and maybe...be changed. Please read the Prologue and then the Notes. The Notes reveal what is involved for Marcus Brotherton to write this book AND many others.
On a side note...Deo deserves an equal honor and Janet will be rewarded in Heaven. And, who could live in a cave?