It is not easy to memorize and recall every incident of your life. It becomes even more difficult if you try to be honest and not fall into the depth of imaginations. Memories make us relive moments we have long cherished. Similarly, the author’s memories fill him up with mixed emotions of happiness, nostalgia, and sadness. Michael Oliver Carter writes a book about ‘rising above the bullshit.’ Before old age and his health catches up, Michael wanted to record a story and leave it for the world. It wasn’t a pleasant journey, but it wasn’t all bad either. He was in the 10th grade when the US decided to help Vietnam. Our beloved President Johnson, at the time profusely declared he wouldn’t send our American boys to die on Vietnam soil.
Heroes with No Parade
This book by Michael O. Carter will make you want to know how he survived from watching men burn to death to rescuing POWs and escaping choppers falling from the sky.
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