Fine. Mass market paperback, second (1964) printing thus, 240 pages; very tiny traces of shelf wear, but tight, flat and square, very clean and unmarked unread condition, almost as new. See also our other Kirst titles including the very scarce The Last Card.
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One man's experience in the Army - in this case, the German Wehrmacht during WWII. Gunner Asch revolts when a friend is mistreated and driven to the brink of suicide. Hopefully, there are some like Gunner in every army. Though armies have always been necessary, they contain far too many idiots. Gunner Asch is not an automaton.
This book has been compared to Catch-22. That novel is more comic and fantastic. The Revolt of Gunner Asch, while cynical and realistic, is hardly comic.
This is the first in a series. No. 1, The Revolt; No. 2, Forward, Gunner Asch; No. 3, The Return of Gunner Asch and finally, No. 4, What Became of Gunner Asch.
Feb 23, 2012
Library copy, good price.
Library copy and a good price for it. What a great book and a good read. Very enjoyable.
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