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Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War by Patrick Hogan
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it was amazing

A powerful and necessary read

Whether you know little or much about the Vietnam War and Agent Orange, Hogan's part memoir and part expository novel is well worth the read for anyone to learn deeper about our country, our history and the grave injustices we've inflicted on our military personnel and their families. Heavily researched and aptly written, you will view history and our government differently after reading about Hogan and other Vietnam veteran's stories during the war and with unimaginable trials endured thanks to Agent Orange and other chemicals blatantly and willingly sprayed on our troops such as Agent White and malathion. You will be questioning what you know and who you trust after reading this powerful novel.

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Reading Progress

February 2, 2019 – Started Reading
February 2, 2019 – Shelved
February 3, 2019 – Finished Reading

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