Kenneth Durham

Helpful votes received on reviews: 67% (6 of 9)
Location: Edmonton Alberta, Canada
In My Own Words:
To me books are a sign of wealth. The larger my collection, the richer I am. I have met people on my journey that are proud to have never lifted a book since school and they are destitute.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 199,774 - Total Helpful Votes: 6 of 9
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Appropriate Name for His Story, Nov. 25 2012
First let me say that this is a book about Cpt. Semrau's experiences during his last tour leading up to the moment he was removed from the battlefield by some terrible decision making from some dishonourable soldiers more interested in political correctness and image than facts. He does not waste one single word trying to defend his actions or even explain them. If you are looking for that then move along because its not here.

What you do get is an excellent view into his personality and the experiences he and his squad-mates encountered during this tour. I found his sense of humour to be one of the largest parts of his writing and am utterly floored that another review had the… Read more
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I simply wanted to let everyone that read reviews before making the choice to buy that the grading by Smitty is the same he gave to all books he reviewed and therefore is not to be trusted. Read the reviews to get a better, un-cranky-old-man perspective. I am going to buy this book and then will return and give it a review from the perspective of one who enjoys military literature. I have read many, many books on modern wars and the combat soldiers, including those about Carlos Hathcock.

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