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No Place to Hide A Brain Surgeon’s Long Journey Home from the Iraq War
By W. Lee Warren
Published by Zondervan
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On 8/30 parsnipsandparsimony wrote: Have you ever wondered what was really going on in Iraq in 2004? No Place To Hide by W. Lee Warren is an autobiography telling that very story. The story of what the war was like in Iraq in 2004. I received a free copy of this in exchange for my honest review. Dr. Warren was deployed to the 332nd Air ... War is no walk in the park
On 8/22 Carrie Mitchell wrote: Saturday was my 38th birthday, and Sunday was S's 8th birthday. The benefit of having birthdays back to back is the extended period of celebrating. The downside of having birthdays back to back is the extended period of celebrating. I was the only one awake at 10:30 pm Sunday night ... The Birthday Weekend Spectacular
On 8/19 Scotty wrote: It's easy to sit in the comfort of an American home and spew all kinds of political opinions about war and the American use of force, but it looks very different when you're the one who has to go to war and do the fighting. Ask any soldier to describe war and they'll tell you one thing: War is hell. We ... "No Place to Hide" is a page-turner ...
On 8/4 swissluxi wrote: Having several friends who are active duty military I know to a certain degree what they are all going through on a daily basis. I absolutely admire them for serving their country and putting the needs of others before their own. But due to OPSEC they are not really allowed to talk about what their daily ... A captivating book from the first page until the last!
On 7/31 Violet Nesdoly wrote: Dr. W. Lee Warren arrived at the 332nd Theatre Hospital in Balad ab, Iraq in late 2004. His term of duty as a neurosurgeon ended four months later at the end of April, 2005. No Place to Hide – A Brain Surgeon’s Long Journey Home From the Iraq War is the story of those months. But it is more. Warren ... Intense, graphic, moving, insightful
On 7/18 Dane Swanson wrote: This is a man’s book. My first impression when I was barely half way through the book was that it is gutsy and graphic. It has to be graphic. Dr. Warren is writing about war and it’s devastation. Warren being a neurosurgeon writes like a surgeon and doesn’t apologize for it. He wants you to ... No Place to Hide
On 7/17 germanjuls wrote: I'd read a few reviews on No Place to Hide, and they all commented on how wonderfully this book was written by a first-time author. I decided to check it out, although I am usually not too interested in present-time war books (I'm typically more of a WWII girl!) I simply could not put this put down! ... No Place to Hide
On 7/8 Holly Barrett wrote: No Place to Hide: A Brain Surgeon’s Long Journey Home from the Iraq War by W. Lee Warren, MD chronicles Dr. Warren’s experiences in an Air Force surgical hospital during the war in Iraq. Four life-changing months were spent in Balad, Iraq as Dr. Warren worked to save the lives of our military men ... Learning that there really is no place to hide
On 7/6 Trish Ryan wrote: The author is a neurosurgeon who takes us with him as he deploys to a military hospital in Balad, Iraq. He writes in very personal prose that makes you feel like you're right there. He shares candidly about everything: the horror of war, small humorous moments and unexpected observations, the toll on ... Book Review: No Place to Hide
On 7/2 Adoption Mama wrote: I am not one to typically like to read a military book or watch a movie based on military events, but when I read the bio of Dr. Warren, I was intrigued.Dr. Lee Warren served for 180 days in Iraq as a brain surgeon. His story is raw, real and incredible. He finds himself in the middle of the mortars, ... No Place to Hide