Company of Stone: my review


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A Company of Stone: John Rixley Moore

A physical war that ended when released from his duty as a Special Forces soldier but an emotional one that still lingers on until this day. As John Rixley Moore completes one entire journey and recounts his struggles, fights, emotional strain and physical abuse he took at the hand of the Viet Cong, working with the Nungs and experiencing life under more than strenuous conditions his life as he knew it before will never be the same. Searching for answers and wondering where to go and how to release the tension, anger and frustrations that accompany him all the time, he decided to remain home for a while and then venture out on his own. Joining a group of archeologists he became immersed in the dig but not for long. Leaving he decided to walk finding himself sleeping out in the open air…

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