MOTORCYCLES AND THE ART OF WAR
WRITTEN BY ALBERT GALEN
As if Vietnam weren’t enough of a challenge, one vet hit the roads of America in quest of finding meaning from that great war. Alone on a motorcycle, Al Galen mirrors his experience as a soldier in the face of America 30 years later. An unsettling and uncompromising view of ourselves. A must to read.
Albert Galen, another grunt in the mud of Vietnam never seemed to be able to shake his experience at war. Thirty years after attempting to return ‘home’, doing odd jobs, temped by homelessness and the dreams of the average American life, which all fail, he continues his search for the purpose and meaning of war.
New book, soft cover, 127 pages, English text.
ISBN : 0-595-16907-4