2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 8 September 2012
I loved the details about this special group of men who gave everything that was asked of them, sometimes even their lives so I could live in peace, sometimes funny sometimes heartrending always entertaining!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 26 January 2014
I really enjoyed this book. As a huge fan of Band of Brothers it was very interesting to know the facts, facts which can sometimes spoil the story. However the families of these heroes only made Easy company more human and more heroic. Thoroughly enjoyed this read and would most certainly recommend.
on 23 April 2013
For anyone with a love of history, the military and particularly Easy Company, this book is one you cannot do without. I particularly liked the segment on Eugene Roe - it delves deeper into the enigmatic man and gives us a better view of what the real "Doc Roe" was like. HBO change the man, made him more deep south than he had been and a little more fixed on the mystical side of his Bayou roots but the book gave a genuine account from his family of who Roe was and it was a delight to finally delve deeper.
Overall, a delight to read, bringing you closer to the men of Easy.
My ONLY criticism for this book is that there isn't a chapter on Luz!