“House To House” – A first-hand account of the 2004 Battle of Fallujah, Iraq


I recently wrote a post, Support the Troops, but not the war – What an American Soldier would like to say about it all. Yesterday Matt posted the following comment:

Spread the word……Finally, we get the truth about the war and what our troops are sacrificing. It’s a side of the war you won’t see on the news. It’s a book written by a U.S. soldier. It’s called “House To House”.

I hear this is a fantastic book…..even better than “Blackhawk Down.” Spread the word! Support our troops! You can order it now:

“House To House”

This first-hand account of the 2004 Battle of Fallujah, Iraq, is written by a former soldier who tells what it was like to fight in close combat, against an enemy on its home territory. The American soldiers eventually won the block-by-block battle, but the cost was great.

David Bellavia conveys the intense experiences of combat, and presents well-drawn portraits of his fellow soldiers, as he captures their heroism and sacrifice in horrible situations.

Matt said this on August 7th, 2007

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~ by devildog6771 on August 8, 2007.

7 Responses to ““House To House” – A first-hand account of the 2004 Battle of Fallujah, Iraq”

  1. Wow, I have got to get that book. I have read many positive reports on the book and nothing negative. That says a lot for how good it is!

  2. Got House to House from the library this week and WHAT a GREAT read!

  3. Thank you both. I read the sample chapter. It was awesome. I did an updated post on the site.

  4. TY to Thomas for the link. and I just finished reading the sample chapter. It looks so good. Can’t wait to read the rest. I’m about to start supporting some Marines on their 2nd tour in Iraq (still in transit on board ship) and this book will be on the send list, along with book Lava Dog.

  5. I just pre-ordered my copy. Check out HouseToHouseBook.com for a sample chapter, it’s intense.

  6. I can’t wait to read it.

  7. TY- Matt and I’ve just ordered the book from the library.

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