Dr. Wilda Reviews: ‘All I Could Be: My Story as a Woman Warrior in Iraq’
August 21, 2013 — Print this Page
“The book is well written and will keep the reader’s attention. This is an American story which weaves together the themes of family, both personal and military, race, gender, history, and the fact that ordinary people can do extraordinary things within the course of a life. President Truman was right in saying that an American is someone who believes that ‘everyone deserves an even break.’ The men and women of the military, especially the 2133rd Transportation Company, Iowa National Guard, were examples of what President Truman meant.
“This is a Dr. Wilda Reviews Best Pick with a definite thumbs up.”
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