A strange book that isn't fully cohesive and ventures into the absurb, but still has some powerful social criticism. At times the anti-war satire works, other times it falls flat. There's lots of cynicism, a dog narrates part of the book, and the ending got a little too absurd for me, so it's certainly not a book for everyone. But the author still managed to elicit some emotion from me as the family's grief is put on full display at the end. The narrator was fine for most of the characters, but a bit too over-the-top (like a southern cowboy) with Mutt's narration.
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