305 pages


Livraison France : 3.30€

ISBN : 978-2-36523-036-0

Disponible : Papier & Numérique

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   Pointman is the story of one man’s fight for love and survival in a world of drugs and violence. But the pointman’s plans are at odds with Sergeant Mike Brooks, whose focus is on survival and marrying his Vietnamese girlfriend. Brooks’ objectives collide with Lieutenant Gomez, a highly-decorated career officer who is trigger-happy and a glory hunter. Tension mounts, a hellish firefight follows; a vow of revenge, and a struggle over a poison needle bring the story to a breathtaking climax.


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Posté le 31 décembre 2014
Martin L. Cody

This is a very well written book and a great story! I could not put the book down and read it in three sittings. I could see this novel being made into a movie. ☼☼☼☼☼

Posté le 31 décembre 2014
Kathy Clucas

Very good detail of a misunderstood war. Written from first-hand experience, although technical, an easy read. I would recommend this book to be read with an open mind. ☼☼☼☼☼

Posté le 31 décembre 2014
Kim Boyd

This is my first war novel since it was highly recommended by a friend. Wow! It really opened my eyes to what life was like during the Vietnam War. This book got me hooked from the beginning and you get emotionally involved in the characters. The author is explicit and the battle scences are jaw-dropping. Highly recommend this book! ☼☼☼☼☼

Posté le 31 décembre 2014
Jimmy Dean

I was never interested in reading war novels by anybody that wasn’t a war veteran. I rely on accuracy and authenticity when it comes to stories about war. The author’s real-life experience and first-hand knowledge of the atrocities of war and the brutality of it all shine through in “Pointman.” The book is very well-written and the characters are three-dimensional. When the characters die (I won’t say who!) you really care. I felt like I was in the middle of the action…I didn’t have to imagine my surroundings because it is constantly described in vivid detail.
I highly recommend this to any fans of war novels in the vein of Platoon. ☼☼☼☼☼

Posté le 31 décembre 2014
Dennis Evenson

It may be fiction but also true to my experience. Mr Owens style of writing is riveting, keeping my attention right to the end. Once I started I had a hard time putting the book down. It has to be a honor for the platoon sergeant and the pointman to have an author give them a opportunity to survive Nam ☼☼☼☼☼