Wynne's War

Wynne's War

Aaron Gwyn

“The book’s pacing is cinematic . . . adrenalized.” — New York Times

“Rich in equestrian and armed forces element . . . It’d take wild horses to tug you away.” — Entertainment Weekly

whilst Corporal Elijah Russell’s fantastic horsemanship is published in the course of a firefight in northern Iraq, the younger military Ranger is assigned to an elite distinctive Forces unit getting ready to level a mystery venture in japanese Afghanistan. Russell’s job is to coach the fairway Berets — fiercely dependable to their enigmatic commander, Captain Wynne — to experience the horses they're going to use to execute this challenge via treacherous mountain terrain. yet because the workforce presses farther into enemy territory, the character of the operation in basic terms turns into extra mysterious and Wynne’s charismatic energy takes on a darker solid. eventually, Russell unearths himself compelled to choose: on one aspect, his ally and his so much deeply held ideals; at the different, a commanding officer pushed by means of a messianic zeal for his challenge. This taut, action-packed novel fuses the Western and the battle tale right into a compellingly unique tale.

“This novel appears like Cormac McCarthy meets Tim O’Brien. i couldn't cease examining it.” — Philipp Meyer, writer of The Son

[author picture] © Mark Fortenberry

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