In Evan Wright’s Generation Kill book, youll follow a group of elite fighters to the frontlines of the Iraq War. Youll get an inside look at the challenges of modern warfare thats relayed with complete honesty. The paperback Iraq War book Generation Kill is an unsettling account of the horrors that define every-day life on the battlefield. The Generation Kill book follows the tradition of Black Hawk Down and Jarhead for a searing portrait of young men fighting a modern-day war.A powerhouse work of nonfiction, Generation Kill expands on Evan Wright’s acclaimed three-part series that appeared in Rolling Stone during the summer of 2003. His narrative in the Iraq War book Generation kill follows the 23 marines of First Recon who spearheaded the blitzkrieg on Iraq. This elite unit, nicknamed “First Suicide Battalion,” searched out enemy fighters by racing ahead of American battle forces and literally driving into suspected ambush points.The military book Generation Kill recounts Evan Wrights experiences as he lived on the front lines with this platoon from the opening hours of combat, to the fall of Baghdad, through the start of the guerrilla war. He was welcomed into their ranks, and from this bird’s-eye perspective he tells the unsettling story of young men trained by their country to be ruthless killers. The Generation Kill war book chronicles the triumphs and horrors-physical, moral, emotional, and spiritual that these marines endured while achieving victory in a war many questioned before it began. Wright’s book is a timely account of war; even more important, it is a timeless description of the human drama taking place on today’s battlefields. The Discovery book Generation Kill written with brutal honesty, raw intensity, and startling intimacy is destined to become a classic and take its place in the canon of the most captivating and authentic works of war literature. Buy the Generation Kill book, and find out why the marines who spearheaded the Iraq war earned the nickname First Suicide Battalion.