House to House

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House to House: An Epic Memoir of War
Author David Bellavia and John R. Bruning
Published 2007
Publisher Free Press
ISBN 978-1416574712

House to House: A Soldier's Memoir is a 2007 memoir by Iraq War veteran and Silver Star recipient David Bellavia.[1]

The secondary author is John R. Bruning, who also helped write the war memoir Outlaw Platoon (2012).

Summary[edit]

House to House is an autobiography about the actions of Staff Sergeant David Bellavia during the second Battle of Fallujah. The book was released in 2007 and goes in-depth to describe the conditions of battle and the feelings that Bellavia experiences during the battle.

Reviews[edit]

  • "HOUSE TO HOUSE: An Epic Memoir of War." Kirkus Reviews 75.13 (July 2007): 640-640.
  • "House to House: An Epic Memoir of War." Publishers Weekly 254.29 (23 July 2007): 61-61.
  • Roberts, James C. "Iraq Veteran Details Horror and Heroism in Fallujah." Human Events 63.32 (24 Sep. 2007): 19-19.
  • Douglas, Clint. "A Knife Under the Collarbone." Washington Monthly 39.9 (Sep. 2007): 55-57.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tsouras, Peter. "House to House: An Epic Memoir of War." Military History 24.10 (Jan. 2008): 70-71.

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