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Voices of the Pacific

Untold Stories from the Marine Heroes of World War II

Voices of the Pacific by Adam Makos
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“These are the true—and terrifying—stories of combat Marines struggling against a fanatical enemy on the far-flung islands of the Pacific. A powerful new book.”—Dale Dye, military advisor for Band of Brothers and The Pacific

“A fantastic, deeply moving collection of stories told by the men who were actually there.”—Alex Kershaw, New York Times bestselling author of The Liberator

“Imagine a last conversation with your father or grandfather who fought in WWII, only this time he tells you the stories he always held back. That’s Voices of the Pacific.”—Larry Alexander, New York Times bestselling author of Biggest Brother

“Like a Higgins landing craft, Voices of the Pacific rumbles to our literary shores without pretense to deliver first-person accounts of war with the same gut-level realism as the opening scene in Saving Private Ryan.”—Bob Welch, author of Resolve

“An impressive array of personal stories from the nightmarish fights on islands such as Guadalcanal, Peleliu, and Iwo Jima, all delivered in a simple, poignant narrative that readers will adore.”—Ian Gardner, author of Tonight We Die As Men

“Our nation owes a great debt to a small few, such as the Marines in Voices of the Pacific. They not only saved a nation. They saved the world.”—Colin D. Heaton, coauthor of Noble Warrior“Reading Voices of the Pacific is like listening in on a conversation between war buddies at a reunion—honest, unsanitized, and deeply humbling.”—Justin Taylan, historian, founder of Pacific Wrecks
Penguin Publishing Group; April 2013
416 pages; ISBN 9781101622193
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Title: Voices of the Pacific
Author: Adam Makos; Marcus Brotherton
 
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