“There is a curious similarity between Michael Anthony's "Mass Casualties" diary of daily survival as a young medic in the Iraq war with one of my favorite books, Primo Levi's "Survival in Auschwitz," as a holocaust prisoner in that death camp. Both of these remarkable works introduce us to an alien world that is unimaginable unless experienced-- or witnessed through their eyes, and pain, and youthful, matter-of-fact everyday wisdom. It is hard to read about the unexpected casualties of war, among soldiers as well as prisoners, but Michael takes us on an unforgettable personal journey as filled with humor as it is with horror.”
—Philip G. Zimbardo, Ph.D.
Lead researcher in the: Stanford Prison Study
New York Times best selling author of: The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil