Review: MATTERHORN by Karl Marlantes

dog eared copy recently read Matterhorn by Karl Marlantes for the Vietnam War Reading Challenge.  Here’s an excerpt from the review:

From the opening lines to the close of the novel, the author immediately and effectively places the reader/listener in Vietnam, 1969. The imagery is evocative without dipping into superfluous metaphor and, the scenes resonate with physical and psychological detail.

For the complete review, click here.

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