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12 edition of Into the fire found in the catalog.

Into the fire

by Bill Yenne

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  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Berkley Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Afghan War, 2001- -- Fiction,
  • United States -- National Guard -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBill Yenne.
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3625.E46 I58 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16842540M
    ISBN 109780425223758
    LC Control Number2008019880
    OCLC/WorldCa213308557


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Into the Fire tells the full story of the chaotic battle of Ganjigal for the first time, in a compelling, human way that reveals it as a microcosm of our recent wars.

Meyer takes us from his upbringing on a farm in Kentucky, through his Marine and sniper training, onto the battlefield, and into the vexed aftermath of his harrowing exploits in a /5(1K). Into The Fire is the fifth book in the Orphan X series by best-selling American author, Gregg Hurwitz.

With perhaps the idea of having something like a normal life, Evan Smoak vows that whomever Trevon Gaines sends him, it will be his last Nowhere Man mission/5. Into the Fire, by Gregg Hurwitz, is the fifth book in the compelling Orphan X series.

The series follows Evan Smoak, who was taken from an orphanage as a young boy and raised and trained as an assassin as part of a top-secret government black ops initiative/5(37). Into the Fire by Dakota Meyer and Bing West is a first person point of view of the battle in Ganjigal, Afghanistan in This book describes the actions that Dakota Meyer took that, in return, allowed him to receive a Medal of Honor/5.

Restart your Kindle Fire. Your books should appear after the reboot. If your book doesn't appear, double-check that you waited for the book to fully copy to your Kindle's hard drive and double-check that you chose the correct folder for the file format, either Books or Documents. Into the Fire tells the full story of the chaotic battle of Ganjigal for the first time, in a compelling, human way that reveals it as a microcosm of our recent wars.

Meyer takes us from his upbringing on a farm in Kentucky, through his Marine and sniper training, onto the battlefield, and into the vexed aftermath of his harrowing exploits in a /5(80). Into the Fire Awesome book. Great series. Love the characters. Nonstop action. Bavarian Hillbilly, 02/24/ Into the fire Another five star enjoyable read.

Have read all the nowhere books and they do not let you down. Very good story lines, believable plots, /5(). Praise for Into the Fire “[Elizabeth] Moon’s powerful female characters send the unmistakable message that whatever men try to do, these women can do much, much better.”—Publishers Weekly “Intrigue and great action scenes, along with punchy dialogue.”—SFRevuBrand: Random House Publishing Group.

“Into the Fire is a deeply compelling tale of valor and duty. Dakota Meyer will not identify as a hero, but he will, I think, accept the title warrior. Dakota’s storytelling is precise and, for a Medal of Honor recipient, touchingly humble.