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001    ocn827256994 
003    OCoLC 
005    20130712031302.0 
008    130620s2013    nyu      b    001 0 eng   
010      2013021990 
020    9780374180669|qhardback 
020    0374180660|qhardback 
035    (Sirsi) i9780374180669 
035    (OCoLC)827256994 
035    (Sirsi) i9780374180669 
040    DLC|beng|erda|cDLC|dBTCTA|dBDX 
042    pcc 
043    a-iq---|an-us--- 
049    CKEA 
050 00 DS79.767.P79|bF56 2013 
082 00 362.860973|223 
084    HIS027120|aHIS027110|2bisacsh 
100 1  Finkel, David,|d1955- 
245 10 Thank you for your service /|cDavid Finkel. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York :|bSarah Crichton Books/ Farrar, Straus and 
300    256 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
520    "From a MacArthur Fellow and the author of The Good 
       Soldiers, a profound look at life after war. No journalist
       has reckoned with the psychology of war as intimately as 
       David Finkel. In The Good Soldiers, his bestselling 
       account from the front lines of Baghdad, Finkel shadowed 
       the men of the 2-16 Infantry Battalion as they carried out
       the infamous surge, a grueling fifteen-month tour that 
       changed all of them forever. Now Finkel has followed many 
       of those same men as they've returned home and struggled 
       to reintegrate--both into their family lives and into 
       American society at large. In the ironically named Thank 
       You for Your Service, Finkel writes with tremendous 
       compassion not just about the soldiers but about their 
       wives and children. Where do soldiers belong after their 
       homecoming? Is it possible, or even reasonable, to expect 
       them to rejoin their communities as if nothing has 
       happened? And in moments of hardship, who are soldiers 
       expected to turn to if they feel alienated by the world 
       they once lived in? These are the questions Finkel faces 
       as he revisits the brave but shaken men of the 2-16. More 
       than a work of journalism, Thank You for Your Service is 
       an act of understanding--shocking but always riveting, 
       unflinching but deeply humane, it takes us inside the 
       heads of those who must live the rest of their lives with 
       the chilling realities of war"--|cProvided by publisher. 
520    "Finkel, a journalist, follows the soldiers who serve in 
       the Iraq War as they struggle to reintegrate into American
       society"--|cProvided by publisher. 
650  0 Iraq War, 2003-2011|xVeterans|zUnited States. 
650  0 Iraq War, 2003-2011|xPsychological aspects. 
650  0 Post-traumatic stress disorder|zUnited States. 
994    92|bCKE 

Location Call No. Status
 Avon Free Public Library - Adult Department  956.7044 FINKEL    DUE 03-05-15 Billed
 Berlin-Peck Memorial Library - Non Fiction  956.7044 FINKEL    Check Shelf
 Bloomfield, Prosser Library - Adult Department  362.8609 FIN    DUE 11-09-21 Billed
 Bristol, Main Library - Non Fiction  362.86 F495    Check Shelf
 Bristol, Manross Branch - Non Fiction  362.86 F495    Check Shelf
 Cromwell-Belden Public Library - Adult Department  362.86 FIN    Check Shelf
 East Hartford, Raymond Library - Adult Department  362.86 FINKEL    Check Shelf
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 Glastonbury, Welles-Turner Memorial Library - Adult Department  362.86 FINKEL    Check Shelf
 Manchester, Main Library - Non Fiction  362.8609 FINKEL    Check Shelf