Letters In A Helmet: A Story of Fraternity and Brotherhood

Letters In A Helmet: A Story of Fraternity and Brotherhood by Ron Sorter

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Letters In A Helmet is an extremely personal and unique recounting of the intersecting lives of two men. The book follows the two authors’ lives over five decades rotating back and forth between. Each scene is rendered from one perspective followed by the other. Their voices are decidedly different, and it is easy to determine who is writing each snippet of story. Their collection of brotherhoods from fraternity days to military service and beyond made profound markings on their lives. As a veteran from a military family, I found myself set back in my own thoughts to those who have made the deepest impacts in my own life.
Their stories are poignant, humorous and heartbreaking, often simultaneously. The writing is well crafted allowing the styles to merge into a superb flow. It was difficult to find a point to stop reading.




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