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Five Years To Freedom by James N. Rowe
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Oct 26, 11

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Read in October, 2011

This one rivaled Unbroken for me. Though this prisoner-of-war was not "physically" tortured (technically), the mental anguish they put him through was horrifying. And that was added to the deplorable physical conditions they kept him in. I was amazed at how he managed to keep his sanity and sense of reasoning throughout those five years.

I must say, though, that if you're offended by language, this is not the book for you! The author does not censor the language he or other soldiers used, and they swore as much as you'd expect from a bunch of prisoners of war.
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