Kill Me If You Can, You SOB is a judicious, penetrating record of the Vietnam War as experienced by an ordinary soldier. Through diary entries written over three decades ago, we get a rare and illuminating glimpse into one of America's greatest tragedies. Bob Miller's unflinching observations not only expose the harsh realities of war, but also provide a long-overdue tribute to the men who fought it.
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Kill Me If You Can, You Sob based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I like quick, easy to read and understand books. This one has a Flesch-Kincaid Index of 6.1. That's about 1.5 higher than most books in this genre, but it's written with a smooth style. Being female, I really enjoyed the fact that there are only 5 or 6 four letter words. The fact that it's non-fiction brough both smiles and tears. I'll admit that I do not know how the familes of the KIAs in this book deal with it. One minute the son/husband is there, the next they're gone forever.