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The short, poignant story of a combat medic in Vietnam, FATAL LIGHT rises to poetic heights in describing the death of time in the Vietnamese jungles and Saigon barracks as well as a . That Fatal Night by Sarah Ellis was written when I was in university and so I had missed it as a kid - but when I saw that there was a Dear Canada book about the Titanic, I was all in. That Fatal Night is one of the best During the current global pandemic (and resulting self-isolation), I thought revisiting some of the books from childhood /5. The book is a very easy book to read and is extremly informative about the characters who were involved in the Charge of the Light Brigade and their influence on the outcome. Almost in the style of "Flashman" Cecil Woodham Smith explains the whole of the story of the charge and how it fits into the outcome of the Crimean by: Fatal Light by Richard Currey An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. See details - Fatal Light (ExLib) by Richard Currey.
Fatal Light: 2a Novel; Buy this book. Currey's debut novel is a powerfully written, haunting account of a young man's voyage to adulthood, confusion and alienation, beginning in . Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Fatal Light by Richard Currey (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Get this from a library! Fatal light. [Richard Currey] -- A combat medic in Vietnam faces the chaos of war, set against the tranquil scenes of family life back home in small-town America. This young man's rite of passage is traced through jungle combat to. Fatal car crash in still haunts Birmingham community Adair said he took a copy of Henderson’s Light and left the book on a shelf in the upstairs dining room.
Get this from a library! Fatal light. [Richard Currey] -- "A devastating portrait of war in all its horror, brutality, and mindlessness, this extraordinary novel is written in beautifully cadenced prose. A combat medic in Vietnam faces the chaos of war, set. Fatal Light: A Novel (20) (Contemporary American Fiction Ser.) View larger image. By: Richard CurreyAuthor: Richard Currey. “Fatal Light is a spare, elegant novel that manages to summon several layers of images, some quite beautiful, others truly horrifying. The narrator says of Vietnam: ‘Such things live together here, poetry and shotguns. Alive and well in a single body.’ The same is true for this impressive novel.” —The New York Times Book Review. “Fatal Light Awareness” by Margaret Atwood first appeared in Bringing Back the Birds: Exploring Migration and Preserving Birdscapes Throughout the Americas (), from American Bird Conservancy and nonprofit publisher Braided River. Published with permission.