Featured Review by Ashley Adorno -- Back to Serve

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Re: Featured Review by Ashley Adorno -- Back to Serve

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This review makes me want to read the book. Thank you for a well written review! :)

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Post by PDavis123 »

Great! Full of action! I think everyone that has been in the military has a hard time adjusting to a normal life.

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Hmm this book has tickled my fancy. I have read a book similar to this one and greatly enjoyed it...im willing to pick this up.

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Post by Heidadel »

I would love to read Nico Coretti's story, not just to know the message of the Russian woman but because it sounds like a book with many themes. It is hard to stay away from one's family. However, it is harder when one has to rededicate themselves to the service of their country just when they are about to unite with their long-shelved family obligations. This is what sacrifice is all about. Thanks for an amazing review.

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I haven't read this kind of book before, but going through the review I m really tempted to read it soon.
Thank you for the wonderful review.

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Post by 77way »

I love to read historical fiction action book genre, with wonderfully written and very intriguing is match for me and interesting, I a agree with your review with 4 star.

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I want to ask the author what he was thinking while writing this book it’s very interesting and fascinating I want to know what he was on about with this book though

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Post by Worship peer »

I really feel for the soldiers, i have seen from this book all the psychological torture they go through and the challenges they face when adjusting to the society after retirement. Thank you for the lovely review

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How you have summarized the book is making me to love it. You have clearly illustrated why the book is too much enjoyable. I must enjoy it too.

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I love reading this type of genre. Upon reading your review, I can tell that this will be a great book to read. Keep up the good work.

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I love the entire revelation of how soldiers are committed to their duty.

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An action-packed book that I will definitely read in the future. Great review!
It was books that made me feel that perhaps I was not completely alone.

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Post by ankushavhad »

Nice review, Ashley Adorno. I observed Back to Serve a rare memoir of a veteran ex-serviceman. Great fictional tale.
The author, CW3 Cesare Giannetti, who served his active years in the U.S. Army. He, with experiences and achievements, proved the true meaning of a soldier.

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Post by Toyin ojewole »

Love this book!!!
Military based stories are my all time favorite.....

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Post by JeanyJean »

Any book about veteran military soldiers is awesome. This book explains the struggles of a veteran soldier trying to fit into a civilian life. This book is a must read .

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