Into the Fire

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Random House Audio | Sep 25, 2012 | 351 Minutes | ISBN 9780449012109

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    Random House Trade Paperbacks | Jun 18, 2013 | 256 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780812983616

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    Random House | Sep 25, 2012 | 256 Pages | ISBN 9780679645443

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    Random House Audio | Sep 25, 2012 | 360 Minutes | ISBN 9780449012093

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    Random House Audio | Sep 25, 2012 | 351 Minutes | ISBN 9780449012109

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Praise

“A story of men at their best and at their worst . . . leaves you gaping in admiration at Medal of Honor winner Dakota Meyer’s courage.”National Review
 
“Meyer’s dazzling bravery wasn’t momentary or impulsive but deliberate and sustained.”The Wall Street Journal
 
“[A] cathartic, heartfelt account . . . Combat memoirs don’t get any more personal.”Kirkus Reviews
 
“A great contribution to the discussion of an agonizingly complex subject.”The Virginian-Pilot
 
Black Hawk Down meets Lone Survivor.Library Journal

Into the Fire is a deeply compelling tale of valor and duty.  Dakota Meyer will not identify as a hero, but he will, I think, accept the title warrior.  Dakota’s storytelling is precise and, for a Medal of Honor recipient, touchingly humble.  With deft prose he drops us smack in the middle of one of the most heinous small unit firefights of the current wars.  His insights into military tactics and politics in a war zone are sharp and uncompromising and work as a primer on infantry war fighting for the uninitiated.  Dakota was a magnificent marine and he is now an equally magnificent chronicler of warfare and the small group of people who do today’s fighting for America.”—Anthony Swofford, author of Jarhead

“The story of what Dakota did . . . will be told for generations.”—President Barack Obama, from remarks given at Meyer’s Medal of Honor ceremony

“Sergeant Meyer embodies all that is good about our nation’s Corps of Marines. . . . [His] heroic actions . . . will forever be etched in our Corps’ rich legacy of courage and valor.”—General James F. Amos, Commandant of the Marine Corps
 
“[Bing] West’s greatest strengths are his exceptional personal courage and his experienced perception of combat.”The Washington Post
 
“West [is] the grunts’ Homer.”—Los Angeles Times Book Review


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