A Vietnam War novel -- with a gentle heart
REMFS is a big, boisterous, busy book about a curious part of the Vietnam War that you never heard of.
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Without risking a penny, you can get a unique novel about soldiers risking their lives -- however slightly -- over peanuts and pigs.
You can learn about armed American troops who were ordered to bring rice farming to Asian rice farmers.
You can discover a part of the American Army’s effort in Vietnam that was so ... well, nice ... that the Army is too shy to mention it.
You can learn about men who were surrounded by the war, and yet they were haunted by the feeling that they never got close enough.
Surprising as it may seem this is a pretty good book. No it is not chock full of combat, but it is touching on things each of us took for granted.It's worth a read.-Ron Leonard