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Thank you for your service / David Finkel.

  • Book Book
  • ISBN: 9780374180669 (hardcover) :
  • ISBN: 0374180660 (hardcover) :
  • Description: 256 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Sarah Crichton Books/ Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2013.

Available copies

  • 16 of 16 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
  • 1 of 1 copy available at Gloucester. (Show all copies)

Current holds

0 current holds with 16 total copies.

Library Location Call Number Status Due Date
Gloucester Adult Nonfiction 362.86/Finkel (Text to Phone) Available -
Beverly Main Adult Nonfiction DS 79.767 .P79 F56 2013 (Text to Phone) Available -
Danvers Adult Nonfiction DS 79.767 P79 F56 2013 (Text to Phone) Available -
Endicott College General Collection DS 79.767 .P79 F56 2013 (Text to Phone) Available -
Everett - Shute Memorial Adult Nonfiction 362.8609 F499t (Text to Phone) Available -
Lynnfield Adult Nonfiction DS 79.767 .P79 F56 2013 (Text to Phone) Available -
Marblehead Adult Nonfiction 362.86 FINKEL 2013 (Text to Phone) Available -
North Shore - Danvers Campus Stacks DS 79.767 .P79 F56 2013 (Text to Phone) Available -
Peabody Main Adult Nonfiction DS 79.767 .P79 F56 2013 (Text to Phone) Available -
Peabody South Branch Adult Nonfiction DS 79.76 .P79 F56 2013 (Text to Phone) Available -
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Summary: The author's previous book The Good Soldiers, reckoned with the psychology of war. An account from the front lines of Baghdad, he shadowed the men of the 2-16 Infantry Battalion as they carried out the infamous surge, a grueling fifteen-month tour that changed all of them forever. Now he has followed many of those same men as they've returned home and struggled to reintegrate, both into their family lives and into American society at large. It is a profound look at life after war. He writes with tremendous compassion not just about the soldiers but about their wives and children. Where do soldiers belong after their homecoming? Is it possible, or even reasonable, to expect them to rejoin their communities as if nothing has happened? And in moments of hardship, who are soldiers expected to turn to if they feel alienated by the world they once lived in? These are the questions he faces as he revisits the brave but shaken men of the 2-16. More than a work of journalism, the book is an act of understanding. Shocking but always riveting, unflinching but deeply humane, it takes us inside the heads of those who must live the rest of their lives with the chilling realities of war. -- Provided by publisher.

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