"A scathing, satirical and often shocking trip through "the other war" in Iraq—the war within the U.S. Army, and within a soldier’s soul. Michael Anthony’s memoir is the perfect antidote for anyone who would glorify war or its impact on warriors. He has penned his generation’s MASH, with echoes of Catch 22 and Hunter Thompson’s Fear and Loathing sagas."
—Charles Jones, journalist in the Iraq war
Author of: Red, White or Yellow? The Media & The Military at War in Iraq