After that, junger became a celebrity adventure writer–and was even feted as the new Hemingway.
Another aspect of the book is a certain degree of hallucinatory imagery, influenced by how junger spent the 1950s.
With War and Restrepo, junger wanted to simply document what they go through, minus any political commentary.
As chroniclers of the Afghanistan War go, Woodward is the anti-Sebastian junger.
This led to a certain burst of creativity for junger, as one might imagine.
It is a great book and I'd like to suggest another book of junger's - his 1957 novel called The Glass Bees.
The Korengal Valley was by far the most dangerous place junger had ever been.
“On the second day of him being off gluten, he was basically crying in joy,” junger says.
To hear junger talk, ridding oneself of gluten can lead to an entirely new outlook on life—and a lot fewer Kleenex.
junger Spieler, alter Bettler—Young a gambler, old a beggar.