"Though riddled with dark, very dark, humor, Mass Casualties is "MASH" absent the light-heartedness. Michael Anthony’s account of his months as a medic in Iraq chillingly describes how the casualties of real war made him ‘dead to emotions’ as the soul’s protection from fear, anger, and grief. He traces the torturous course of emotional disfigurement. For war-lovers everywhere, it should be mandatory reading."
United States Senator (Ret.)
Scholar in Residence, University of Colorado