Review: THE MAN FROM SAIGON by Marti Leimbach

A Book A Week recently read The Man From Saigon by Marti Leimbach for the Vietnam War Reading Challenge.  Here’s an excerpt from her review.

The story is told in a combination of bloody realism and dreamlike flashbacks. Leimbach is a good writer and if you like this kind of thing, it’s an excellent book, complete with a gripping plot, interesting characters and lots of suspense. It just wasn’t for me.

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Review: THE MAN FROM SAIGON by Marti Leimbach

Tutu’s Two Cents recently read and reviewed The Man From Saigon by Marti Leimback for the Vietnam War Reading Challenge.  Check out this excerpt:

I’m not really sure how to review this book.  It’s a novel, purportedly a love story?  It’s set in Vietnam at the height of the Vietnam war and is written by an author who has never been to Vietnam, even after the war. Never served in the military.   She indicates that her primary resources are others’ writings about their experiences.

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