I have read many books related to war, but they are mostly about the war, eg history (Rise & Fall of the 3rd Reich), economics (The Wages of Destruction), holocaust (Hitler's Willing Executioners), from which I have learned a lot. But as a reader, I remained at a distance from the experience of the war, the proverbial "arm-chair" observer. So I thank you for referring me to Intimate Voices and a closer encounter to this violent wound in human history. ...It evoked a dimension of empathy and compassion.
This is a unique read that puts the horror and stupidity of war up close and personal. And it brought so much of what I have previously read as an observer up close and much more personal. It reminds me that I have had a life of grace in that I have been spared the experience of war - at least so far.
"Best selling author Andrew Vachss" teams with "award-wining artist Geof Darrow" to revive the spirit and format of the pulp novels of the 30s and 40s. "The Shaolin Cowboy Adventure Magazine" is the first new hero-pulp to be printed in decades and combines hard-hitting prose with illustrated mayhem. "The Shaolin Cowboy: The Way of 'No Way '" is a kung fu gripping tale of high adventure and relentless bloodshed. The Shaolin Cowboy and his trusty mule battle overwhelming odds and inclement weather against enemies thirsting for revenge and retribution in the battle royal to end all battle royals. * Best selling crime-fiction author Andrew Vachss * Geof Darrow co-creator of Doc Frankenstein, "Hard Boiled," and "The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy" "Robot.