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Threaten the Body Destroy the Mind

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Some of us do things in life to make a difference, have a positive impact on our country, and create a better life for the next generations. We hold on to our ethics and morals, and put trust into the system - but what happens when that system turns on you. "Moore was speaking, but I was too shocked to understand what he was saying, initially. I had on my bullet proof ...more
Paperback, 72 pages
Published May 14th 2013 by Outskirts Press
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Jun 19, 2013 Krystal rated it did not like it
Typically, when I first start my reviews, I offer my readers either the or synopsis or my own (depending on my time constraints). However, in this case, I believe that can come a bit later as I believe this memoir was nothing like this was made out to be.

To begin, I received a request to review from one of the websites I am a member of. The e-mail went like this:

"Air Force Videographer Deployed to Iraq Faces Threats from Within and Without in the New Autobiography, Threa
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Jun 27, 2013 Darcia Helle rated it did not like it
I want to make it clear that I find it difficult to write a negative review of any person's memoir. But, in this instance, I could find nothing redeeming to latch onto.

This book was not what I expected at all. I received a review request in the form of a press release, in which this book was portrayed as the story of a young man being placed in a war zone without proper military training. He claimed physical abuse and a cover up. I expected a gripping story. What I received was 61-pages of self-
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