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From Beau Wise and Tom Sileo comes Three Wise Men, an incredible memoir of family, service and sacrifice by a Marine who lost both his brothers in combat--becoming the only Sole Survivor during the war in Afghanistan. Shortly after the 9/11 attacks, three brothers by blood became brothers in arms when each volunteered to defend their country. No military family has sacrific From Beau Wise and Tom Sileo comes Three Wise Men, an incredible memoir of family, service and sacrifice by a Marine who lost both his brothers in combat--becoming the only Sole Survivor during the war in Afghanistan. Shortly after the 9/11 attacks, three brothers by blood became brothers in arms when each volunteered to defend their country. No military family has sacrificed more during the ensuing war, which has become the longest ever fought by America's armed forces. While serving in Afghanistan, US Navy SEAL veteran and CIA contractor Jeremy Wise was killed in an al Qaeda suicide bombing that devastated the US intelligence community. Less than three years later, US Army Green Beret sniper Ben Wise was fatally wounded after volunteering for a dangerous assignment during a firefight with the Taliban. Ben was posthumously awarded the Silver Star, while Jeremy received the Intelligence Star--one of the rarest awards bestowed by the U.S. government--and also a star on the CIA's Memorial Wall. United States Marine Corps combat veteran Beau Wise is the only known American service member to be pulled from the battlefield after losing two brothers in Afghanistan. Told in Beau's voice, Three Wise Men is an American family's historic true story of service and sacrifice.


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From Beau Wise and Tom Sileo comes Three Wise Men, an incredible memoir of family, service and sacrifice by a Marine who lost both his brothers in combat--becoming the only Sole Survivor during the war in Afghanistan. Shortly after the 9/11 attacks, three brothers by blood became brothers in arms when each volunteered to defend their country. No military family has sacrific From Beau Wise and Tom Sileo comes Three Wise Men, an incredible memoir of family, service and sacrifice by a Marine who lost both his brothers in combat--becoming the only Sole Survivor during the war in Afghanistan. Shortly after the 9/11 attacks, three brothers by blood became brothers in arms when each volunteered to defend their country. No military family has sacrificed more during the ensuing war, which has become the longest ever fought by America's armed forces. While serving in Afghanistan, US Navy SEAL veteran and CIA contractor Jeremy Wise was killed in an al Qaeda suicide bombing that devastated the US intelligence community. Less than three years later, US Army Green Beret sniper Ben Wise was fatally wounded after volunteering for a dangerous assignment during a firefight with the Taliban. Ben was posthumously awarded the Silver Star, while Jeremy received the Intelligence Star--one of the rarest awards bestowed by the U.S. government--and also a star on the CIA's Memorial Wall. United States Marine Corps combat veteran Beau Wise is the only known American service member to be pulled from the battlefield after losing two brothers in Afghanistan. Told in Beau's voice, Three Wise Men is an American family's historic true story of service and sacrifice.

30 review for Three Wise Men: A Navy Seal, a Green Beret, and How Their Marine Brother Became a War's Sole Survivor

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gina

    There are books that I struggle to review because I want the review to really do the book justice, and this one is one of those. It is not often that I cry through writing a review, yet here I am. This is a beautiful book of brotherly love, love of country, and the ties that bind them together in life, and in death. The writing of this book was so spot on, I felt gutted by the loss that Beau and his family has felt, but I also could see the love that went into this, and the pride that the brothe There are books that I struggle to review because I want the review to really do the book justice, and this one is one of those. It is not often that I cry through writing a review, yet here I am. This is a beautiful book of brotherly love, love of country, and the ties that bind them together in life, and in death. The writing of this book was so spot on, I felt gutted by the loss that Beau and his family has felt, but I also could see the love that went into this, and the pride that the brothers had in each other and serving their country. This book tells the true story of 3 brothers growing up together in Arkansas and through their decisions that resulted in them all joining the military and serving during the war on terror. Jeremy served as a Navy SEAL, Ben in the Army, with the latter part of his career as a Green Beret, and Beau as a Marine. It is no surprise based upon the book description that 2 of the brothers are killed, leaving Beau the only brother left alive of the trio. This book made me appreciate (even more) how much of a sacrifice the young men and women serving our country are willing to make in putting their duty above themselves. What makes this book unique is that it is co-written by one of the three brothers who made that same choice for himself, and it is written from that perspective. He grieves deeply with the loss of each one, but also feels like it should have been him. He not only shows the bond he had with his brothers by blood, but also his brothers serving alongside him. The guilt he feels by not being there for his fellow Marines, even when he is going through the most difficult times in his own life shows how much that bond truly means. But, I think the most telling thing is that he does not choose to focus on his own loss (and I imagine anger and bitterness) at losing his aspirations for his own career when he is taken out of combat in this book - he chooses to focus on memorializing his brothers, rather than focusing on himself. Amazing book, wonderful, heartfelt account of the unbreakable bond of three brothers who all chose to put their country ahead of themselves. This book has touched my soul and made a mark on me - I wish there was a way to give this one more than 5 stars. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Abibliofob

    I have read Three Wise Men by Beau Wise and Tom Sileo. First I have to thank #StMartinsPress #Macmillan and #Edelweiss for giving me this arc for review. This is a story about sacrifice, love and faith from a family which have had to endure more than most when it comes to loss. It's one of the best military biographies set in modern times I've read in a long time. How three brothers growing up together with the conviction of need to serve in the military. One became a Navy SEAL, one a Green Bere I have read Three Wise Men by Beau Wise and Tom Sileo. First I have to thank #StMartinsPress #Macmillan and #Edelweiss for giving me this arc for review. This is a story about sacrifice, love and faith from a family which have had to endure more than most when it comes to loss. It's one of the best military biographies set in modern times I've read in a long time. How three brothers growing up together with the conviction of need to serve in the military. One became a Navy SEAL, one a Green Beret and the youngest a Marine. The book is well written and the research is phenomenal. If you like to read about servicemen this book is a must read. Highly recommended.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kim Bakos

    This is a great book, but it does have some language that some might find offensive. However, it isn't in there just because, or for shock value, but because that is the way most real people speak when placed in situations where their lives are at risk or they are speaking out of anger or frustration. The story is told by Beau Wise, the youngest brother in a family with three boys and a girl. The family is very close and is a family of faith. Beau, as well as his two older brothers, all join the m This is a great book, but it does have some language that some might find offensive. However, it isn't in there just because, or for shock value, but because that is the way most real people speak when placed in situations where their lives are at risk or they are speaking out of anger or frustration. The story is told by Beau Wise, the youngest brother in a family with three boys and a girl. The family is very close and is a family of faith. Beau, as well as his two older brothers, all join the military, although they take different paths to get there and serve in different branches. The two older brothers are both killed and Beau is left with the survivor guilt, feeling he let them down, and frustrated to be unable to continue in service to the country as the "sole survivor" in his family. The events in the book are ones that made it on the news so this will bring recent events to life for the reader. You will have a greater appreciation and understanding of what makes our country's Gold Star families so special.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Wes Van Fleet

    Three Wise Men is the courageous story of three brothers who have served our country with love and sacrifice. As heartbreaking and incredible of a story it is, much of the courage is found in Beau’s retelling of such heartbreak and loss. I laughed, cried, and cried some more. As an Army veteran myself, these stories brought back so many memories of friendship, sacrifice, and the horrors of war. I’m incredibly thankful for this book and the grand reality that all who are in Christ are citizens of Three Wise Men is the courageous story of three brothers who have served our country with love and sacrifice. As heartbreaking and incredible of a story it is, much of the courage is found in Beau’s retelling of such heartbreak and loss. I laughed, cried, and cried some more. As an Army veteran myself, these stories brought back so many memories of friendship, sacrifice, and the horrors of war. I’m incredibly thankful for this book and the grand reality that all who are in Christ are citizens of heaven (Phil. 3:20).

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    One often hears of the person that will run into the fire or danger but we rarely get the full tale or the scope of the person that actually does so. In this heartbreaking story we learn of the ultimate sacrifice a family can make during times of military conflict while also telling the tale of amazing heroism for two brave sons. Beau Wise starts this story with the telling of growing up with his brothers, to their desire to serve their country and the paths that they took to do so, to some of t One often hears of the person that will run into the fire or danger but we rarely get the full tale or the scope of the person that actually does so. In this heartbreaking story we learn of the ultimate sacrifice a family can make during times of military conflict while also telling the tale of amazing heroism for two brave sons. Beau Wise starts this story with the telling of growing up with his brothers, to their desire to serve their country and the paths that they took to do so, to some of the experiences that they had while serving our country, to finding love and building families and then to their unfortunate demise while protecting their country and their beliefs. While reading this book it made me proud to know of these men as well as the other men and women that serve this country and our freedoms while sacrificing so much to do so.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Beth Lechman

    I received this book though a Goodreads giveaway and the St. Martin's Press. The following opinion is my own. An amazing book about the bond between 3 brothers and their desire to serve their country. It takes you through their early life up through the service to their country in their respective Military units. Ending with the ultimate sacrifice they and their family made to keep America safe. This book brought tears to my eyes several times. I received this book though a Goodreads giveaway and the St. Martin's Press. The following opinion is my own. An amazing book about the bond between 3 brothers and their desire to serve their country. It takes you through their early life up through the service to their country in their respective Military units. Ending with the ultimate sacrifice they and their family made to keep America safe. This book brought tears to my eyes several times.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    Wonderful, wonderful book. I haven’t read a book in a while that kept me wanting to read all day. The sacrifices this family made & the love of God and country are truly amazing.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    This book is gut wrenching but amazing. I can’t think of any other way to describe it. Beau’s accounts of his brothers’ heroism and ultimate sacrifice hit me to my core.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Donna Boyd

    Thank you to #NetGalley, the author, and the publisher for providing me with a digital copy of this book prior to publication in exchange for my honest review. Three Wise Men by Beau Wise and Tom Sileo is one of the best books I have read this year and I have read hundreds. It is the story of Beau Wise, a United States Marine, his brother Jeremy, a US Navy Seal veteran and CIA contractor and brother Ben, a US Army Green Beret. Growing up in a close knit family in small town El Dorado, Arkansas, Thank you to #NetGalley, the author, and the publisher for providing me with a digital copy of this book prior to publication in exchange for my honest review. Three Wise Men by Beau Wise and Tom Sileo is one of the best books I have read this year and I have read hundreds. It is the story of Beau Wise, a United States Marine, his brother Jeremy, a US Navy Seal veteran and CIA contractor and brother Ben, a US Army Green Beret. Growing up in a close knit family in small town El Dorado, Arkansas, the boys and their sister could have been anything they wanted to be when they grew up. In fact, their father who was a doctor, was hoping that at least one of his children would follow him into medicine. It seemed that their father would get his wish when Jeremy was attending the University of Arkansas Medical School. However, shortly after 9-11 Jeremy dropped out of medical school to become a Navy SEAL, following in the steps of brother Ben, who enlisted in 2000 to become a Green Beret. Brother Beau enlisted in the US Marine Corps in 2008. It is a story full of love, heroism and ultimately, heartbreak as Beau loses one brother to a suicide bomber in Afghanistan and then loses Ben who volunteered to clear a cave during a firefight with the Taliban. With the death of his brothers, Beau Wise became a "sole survivor", the only one during the war in Afghanistan, meaning that he would not be sent into combat again during his military career. I cannot say enough good things about this book and I highly recommend it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Quirky Shauna

    “Why do you guys do it?” she said. “Why do you volunteer to do this job when [death] is sometimes the end result?” Trevor was initially lost for words before stammering out an answer. “I know it sounds like a cliché, especially right now,” the Green Beret said. “But everything about wanting to serve for God and country and for the guys on your right and left really is true.” I cannot stop thinking about this family. Beau, the youngest son who served in the Marine Corp, shares the experiences of h “Why do you guys do it?” she said. “Why do you volunteer to do this job when [death] is sometimes the end result?” Trevor was initially lost for words before stammering out an answer. “I know it sounds like a cliché, especially right now,” the Green Beret said. “But everything about wanting to serve for God and country and for the guys on your right and left really is true.” I cannot stop thinking about this family. Beau, the youngest son who served in the Marine Corp, shares the experiences of his two older brothers; Jeremy, a Navy SEAL and Ben, a Green Beret. He also honors his father. It’s a story about family and freedom both touching and heartbreaking. These are military experiences so there are F bombs. Why they are military warriors: “You fear what may happen to you when you’re gone. You fear what may happen to your brother when you’re home,” Ben once told me. “It’s not in the nature of a warrior to sit still. I’ll do everything in my power to come home to my family. God forbid I have to make that choice, but if I must, I pray that I’ll always find the strength to put my brother before myself.” “Both of my brothers loved their families and friends, but as American warriors who had endlessly trained for the chance to go head-to-head with al Qaeda, there was nowhere they would rather be than in the middle of what both firmly believed was a fight between good and evil.” “You have to read the Bible like it’s a love letter from God to you,” Ben told one fellow soldier… during the deployment. “Pore over every word and search for the meaning of every sentence—every nuance.” Saying goodbye to Ben: “As her life’s worst nightmare unfolded before her tearful eyes, a singular thought began overwhelming her racing, sleep-deprived mind: I can’t ask him to stay. “It’s okay,” she whispered repeatedly into her dying husband’s ear. “It’s okay. There’s nothing on earth here that I can give you that’s as great as what’s waiting for you,” she said before giving Ben one last kiss. “I love you.” “Jeremy and Ben Wise saved a lot of lives during their eight combined combat deployments and more than fourteen years spent defending our nation. The last life they saved was mine.” “Jeremy’s final moments had been spent trying to disarm an al Qaeda terrorist who had a suicide bomb strapped to his chest. Ben’s series of courageous closing deeds—saving not only the Afghan commando but those innocent civilians before volunteering to approach the second cave—precisely defined the phrase he lived and died for: “to liberate the oppressed.” “Just then, I heard a pair of voices. “It’s time to grow up,” Jeremy and Ben said in unison. … Even though it had been three years since Ben’s death, that night—during which a vivid memory of my brothers’ voices helped stop me from making the horrible mistake of killing myself—was the first time I was able to truly mourn their deaths. Mottos: Ben, ‘Find a way, make a way.’ “..become more and more grateful for the smallest of blessings.” Jeremy, “There’s no such thing as a paradigm shift. Change takes work. There is only the daily grind.” “One day at a time.” Every day lived is an honor to the memory of those we mourn. Cherish them and carry them with us … one day at a time. Books mentioned Mark J. Reardon, From Transportation to Combat: The First Stryker Brigade at War. Black Hawk Down, by Mark Bowden, Eight Seconds of Courage & Brothers Forever, by Tom Sileo

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Three Wise Men by Beau Wise with Tom Sileo is an amazing memoir and glance into the soul of a hero that was riveting from beginning to end. This is a story of a family (trio of brothers) that entered different branches/jobs within our nation’s military and sacrificed more then most can ever comprehend. I am stunned, heartbroken, and yet immensely grateful, proud, and warmed by Beau’s story. A Marine, Beau experienced service and sacrifice firsthand. Here he tells not only his story, but the story Three Wise Men by Beau Wise with Tom Sileo is an amazing memoir and glance into the soul of a hero that was riveting from beginning to end. This is a story of a family (trio of brothers) that entered different branches/jobs within our nation’s military and sacrificed more then most can ever comprehend. I am stunned, heartbroken, and yet immensely grateful, proud, and warmed by Beau’s story. A Marine, Beau experienced service and sacrifice firsthand. Here he tells not only his story, but the story of a man whom has lost two brothers: Jeremy as a Navy SEAL and Ben as a Green Beret. Here Beau tells of not only his own personal struggles, feelings, and sometimes a survival’s guilt of sorts while he also tells of the exceptional lives of his two brothers that are heroes in their own rights, but also the loss that is felt as well. This is a story that touches my heart in so many ways. As someone whom greatly honors and respects veterans and active military (my own father and uncle are Marines that voluntary served in Vietnam and both grandfathers served in WWII in the Army) this story hits home in so many ways. I will forever be grateful of my family and all of our service men and women that risk their lives daily for the safety and integrity of our fine nation. This book is stunning and I am honored to have the privilege to read and review it. A book everyone must read, and one I will thankfully never forget. 5/5 stars Thank you Beau and St. Martin’s Press for sending me this amazing copy and in return I am submitting my unbiased and voluntary review and opinion. I am posting this review to my GR, Bookbub, Amazon, Instagram, and B&N accounts immediately. Published 1/12/21.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Annette

    My Thoughts: This is the second book I’ve read about those who served in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. This topic touches my heart because my own son served in the military during the war in Iraq. I have several thoughts about this book. 1.The first is what better person to pen the story and narrate then the brother who both served in the military and has fallen service family members. This brings a different perspective, rather than an author with no personal attachment to the war or of the experi My Thoughts: This is the second book I’ve read about those who served in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. This topic touches my heart because my own son served in the military during the war in Iraq. I have several thoughts about this book. 1.The first is what better person to pen the story and narrate then the brother who both served in the military and has fallen service family members. This brings a different perspective, rather than an author with no personal attachment to the war or of the experience of loosing a loved one. Beau understands personally the sacrifice of serving in combat operations. Since Beau was in the Marines, he understands the military language, training, the stress of combat, and the decompression time after a combat Veteran returns home. He also understands life post war and military. 2. Three Wise Men is told in a serious and somber mood, but there are moments of humor and fond memories shared. 3. Three Wise Men is not described as a Christian book, but there are several Bible verses included. For example: Isaiah 6:8, 1 Corinthians 13, Philippians 3:12-21, Hebrews 11:1, Hebrews 12:1-2, and 1 John 3:18. 4. I feel the book depicts a full-length picture of the three brothers. 5. The subject is told both in a chronological format, but it is also told retrospectively. 6. Three Wise Men is a testament for all of those who have served in the military during a time of war. Why does this story matter? Three Wise Men is a record of an exceptional family who gave the ultimate sacrifice. It is their legacy that demonstrates valor both on the battlefield and at home. Source: NetGalley. I received a complimentary e-book copy from NetGalley, but I was not required to write a positive review.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Curtis

    This story of the Wise family who lost 2 brothers while fighting in Afghanistan is so full of everything I need in a really great book. The book is co-written by Beau, their surviving brother and a Marine. Beau opens his heart to the reader to feel like we know his family. His honesty in his emotions, struggles and joys are filled in this book. This American patriotic story is so good, I couldn't stop and put it down. From a military perspective, the accounts of Ben, an Army Green Beret and Jere This story of the Wise family who lost 2 brothers while fighting in Afghanistan is so full of everything I need in a really great book. The book is co-written by Beau, their surviving brother and a Marine. Beau opens his heart to the reader to feel like we know his family. His honesty in his emotions, struggles and joys are filled in this book. This American patriotic story is so good, I couldn't stop and put it down. From a military perspective, the accounts of Ben, an Army Green Beret and Jeremy, a Navy SEAL, are so well written. Any military enthusiast will love this book. However, this book is so much more than a telling of battles in the War on Terror. Its a telling of a beautiful Christian family who experience the worst pain imaginable and survive with hope, love and peace.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Agfalvi

    Theee Wise Men is one of the most compelling books I have read in a long while. The true account of the story of Jeremy, Ben, and Beau Wise is a real life account of service, sacrifice, and honor. I have the honor of knowing Ben and his wife Traci, and they are both every bit as amazing as portrayed in this book. I will always be grateful to Ben and Traci for their kind words and encouragement as my husband was heading off to his first deployment. Thank you Beau Wise and Tom Sileo for telling th Theee Wise Men is one of the most compelling books I have read in a long while. The true account of the story of Jeremy, Ben, and Beau Wise is a real life account of service, sacrifice, and honor. I have the honor of knowing Ben and his wife Traci, and they are both every bit as amazing as portrayed in this book. I will always be grateful to Ben and Traci for their kind words and encouragement as my husband was heading off to his first deployment. Thank you Beau Wise and Tom Sileo for telling this incredible story.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Karla Pagan

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Being a veteran myself I can relate to some of these stories even stationed at landstuhl hospital. I enjoyed as they were growing up the trouble siblings can get each other into. As my siblings had our fair share of this behavior growing up... This book also had me remembering my own frustrations with some orders given that made no sense at the time...and brought me to tears and mourning the losses of fellow Americans on foreign soil. I am sure this was not easy to write but what an honorable tr Being a veteran myself I can relate to some of these stories even stationed at landstuhl hospital. I enjoyed as they were growing up the trouble siblings can get each other into. As my siblings had our fair share of this behavior growing up... This book also had me remembering my own frustrations with some orders given that made no sense at the time...and brought me to tears and mourning the losses of fellow Americans on foreign soil. I am sure this was not easy to write but what an honorable tribute to the Wise men.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Loretta

    5/5. First of all, a big thank you to St Martin’s Press for sending me a copy of this book. This is a story of three brothers who are engaged in combat in Afghanistan. The story covers their lives from childhood, to training and to combat. It was a touching read and many tears were shed. I enjoyed learning about their lives and how they handled their grief in losing family members.

  17. 4 out of 5

    vicki garzanelli

    Great read A sad, but very inspiring story. So hard to imagine the pain this family experienced. But they sure raised 3 dedicated, honorable men. The thing that impressed me most was their love for their families. The sacrifice they gave for their country goes beyond the mind. Only with the heart could anyone grasp the enormity of their dedication to their brothers in arms and for the love of their country. Well done to Beau and Tom for putting it all in print!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Shawn Eccles

    This is a story of truly very “Wise” men. I am grateful for their service, sacrifices and wisdom and lasting impression that is shared through this book. I am the same age as Beau Wise and feel guilty knowing so little of what was really going on during the War on Terror, while I went about my life. Thank you for your service and for sharing your story.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Maddie Taylor

    This was probably the hardest book I’ve read in a long time. It’s an absolutely incredible story of an amazing family, but it was devastating to read. Hard to imagine the loss the Wise family suffered. Thank you Beau and Tom for telling their stories. Pretty incredible to know that these guys grew up not too far from where I live.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Steven R. Netter

    There's not much I can say about this book. It wrecked me, conjuring deep emotions and tears. It's a beautifully tragic tribute to brave men who put themselves in harms way so that we may be free. I extend my deepest gratitude and condolences to the Wise family for their service and sacrifice. There's not much I can say about this book. It wrecked me, conjuring deep emotions and tears. It's a beautifully tragic tribute to brave men who put themselves in harms way so that we may be free. I extend my deepest gratitude and condolences to the Wise family for their service and sacrifice.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mike Carpenter

    Just an incredible story and book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Marcy

    Everyone should read this book. A tribute to two of the many military heroes. Great book.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Greg Girard

    A profoundly moving story of one family’s service, sacrifice, and steadfast faith.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jared Kotler

    One of the most powerful books I've read in some time. One of the most powerful books I've read in some time.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline Brogna

    Heartfelt The story of three heroes, brothers in arms and life. No truer words nor facts of a war with no end. The lives of heroes and brothers a tribute to our military.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Chris BENDIX

    SIMPLY STUNNING. Thank you. Engrossing, heart wrenching, uplifting and more. Beautifully written.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    This is a true story about 3 brothers who all joined the service to serve our country.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tim Butler

    An amazing account about the sacrifices made by one family. Thank you Beau Wise for opening up, and writing this book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ann

    This is a book everybody should read. This book was an emotional read that will break your heart but at the same time make your heart swell with pride for this family. I can't put into words how good this book was. It shows the true meaning of love of country and how much our military sacrifice to keep us free. This is a story that stays with you long after you've read the last page. This book deserves more than 5 stars! Thank you to all our military for your service. Thank you St. Martin's Pres This is a book everybody should read. This book was an emotional read that will break your heart but at the same time make your heart swell with pride for this family. I can't put into words how good this book was. It shows the true meaning of love of country and how much our military sacrifice to keep us free. This is a story that stays with you long after you've read the last page. This book deserves more than 5 stars! Thank you to all our military for your service. Thank you St. Martin's Press via NetGalley for the ARC copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ron Frampton

    A story of three brothers that served in Afghanistan . Two brothers were killed and Beau wise was sent home because he was the last survivor of the brothers.

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