Packing Inferno - Discussion
Tyler Boudreau, former Marine, survivor of Iraq, writes a passionate chronicle of conscience. As cho reports
Though the structure that holds this portrait together is Proustian, the pace is anything but a meander, and neither is the Boudreau’s style ponderous. Instead, Packing Inferno is like a well orchestrated commando raid. Reading it, you are pulled along, never quite sure what the next paragraph will bring, but by the end, you’ve seen the image in the mirror and are haunted by its presence.
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