A History Of The War In Iraq is a book by Robert E. Caro and James T. Flynn, two former military officers.
It is not the first book to look at the Iraq War and its aftermath, but it is the first to include an introduction by the author.
Carol Anne Wood, an Iraq specialist and professor at the Naval War College, said the book is well written and has plenty of interesting insights.
“It does not tell the whole story, but there are enough stories in it that I think anyone interested in the Iraq war can find it,” Wood said.
“The book was written in the spring of 2014, and it has not yet been updated.
It’s very important to me to be able to say it’s been updated because it has, and I think people will find that interesting.”
The book is published by Princeton University Press, a division of Random House, and is also available as a paperback and audiobook.
Caros book is also the subject of a PBS documentary, titled A History.
The author, Caro, is best known for his work on the Iraq conflict.
The War in Our Hearts is the story of Caro’s life after the war, and the book explores how he came to be the military officer he is today.
Wood, who also served in the military, said she had high hopes for the book, and she found it interesting.
“The Iraq War is one of those topics that I’ve never really studied much and I have a lot of respect for Caro,” Wood told ABC News.
“He’s a very thoughtful, thoughtful person and I would like to see more books about the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.”
Wood said she found the book to be very interesting.
She said Caro is one among a very small group of people who wrote about the war.
“He’s one of a very select group, and he’s one I really admired because he was so much better at his job than many people in his field were,” Wood recalled.
“I think that speaks to the quality of his intelligence and the ability to see a whole lot at once.”
The Iraq war was a pivotal moment for the country.
The United States and its allies invaded Iraq in 2003, following the rise of the Islamic State group, which has taken over parts of the Middle East.
The U.S. military fought the war from 2007 to 2011, and has lost more than 6,000 soldiers, according to a 2016 report by the U.N. This was the first major U.K. military intervention in the country since World War II.
Wood said Caros life was very difficult.
He left the military in 2003 and was stationed in Baghdad when the war erupted.
She did not know him well enough to speak about his time in the war until she read his book.
“I’ve always been interested in politics and history and this was one of the first times I read something about the wars that I didn’t like,” Wood noted.
Wood did not like the book’s title.
It was one that she thought sounded like a military reference.
“A History Of War In Our Hearts,” she said, “seemed like it could be a little too military for some people, especially because it didn’t really explain how the war happened.
It wasn’t as detailed as a book like ‘What Would You Do?’ or ‘The Road To War’ or the book ‘Iraq War’ by James Caro.”
Wood also said she was not impressed with Caro when she first read it.
“In the first part, it’s not a book that’s going to make you feel great,” Wood remembered.
“It’s not going to get you out of bed in the morning, and in the first half of the book it’s sort of a pretty bleak picture.”
The War in our Hearts is written in Caros native tongue, and Wood said it is very well-written.
It has a clear sense of a military history, with lots of military terminology.
“There’s a lot that’s really fascinating in it,” she added.
Wood is the author of two books, one in 2008 and another in 2011, on the Vietnam War.