By German Sadulaev
The exclamation mark in this book's title may suggest an upbeat read affirming the author's sense of patriotism, but don't be fooled: German Sadulaev's memoir is nothing of the sort. This is, as the author makes clear, a book for the dead. It is an obituary for his many friends and family who perished during the Chechen War, and it is written with a mournful, dominating edge.
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