Eyes of the Blind, the second in the John Joseph Sharpe trilogy series following America's diplomats and leading into Above All, is a forceful saga set in the Vietnam conflict's initial phase, as support for the war effort wanes amid the media coverage's most exploitive stage.
Following his second battle wound in Operation Attleboro, young Private Delarosa earns his way out of combat. But he becomes entangled in his best friend Jay Sharpe's driving desire to remain in the infantry and signs a waiver to remain on the line. Together the two rapidly rise in rank while enduring a downward spiral in morals as political agendas replace aggressive military tactics, chronicling the best and worst of that difficult era.
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Great war story (Vietnam)!
- Eric Reeves
Great look into a soldiers story!
I'm not sure since I have not read the book only have listened to the audiobook.
The internal conflict that rages in soldiers between right, wrong and having your brothers backs.
He kept it simple and the characters voices straight.
Jay was most memorable because of his unending quest for redemption.
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