"'War always smells the same—diesel oil and dust tinged with sadness,' Babchenko reflects. A harrowing, masterfully written tale that, like Anthony Swofford's Jarhead and Mark Bowden's Black Hawk Down, bears promise of becoming a classic of modern war reportage."
? The guys on the boat had it easy, as this memoir from the Chechnya front demonstrates within a few sentences.
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