–Hampton Sides

THE ODYSSEY OF ECHO COMPANY “Doug Stanton, one of our most artful practitioners of literary non-fiction, has long had a knack for finding stories that put a human face on war. Here is raw combat captured in all its pathos, exhilaration, terror, and sense of brotherhood. Novelistic in detail and compulsively readable, Stanton’s searing tale … Read More

–Lee Child

THE ODYSSEY OF ECHO COMPANY “No one in the world does this kind of thing better than Doug Stanton. He’s a meticulous reporter, a fluent, propulsive storyteller, and this account of tragedy and triumph is an instant go-to text for those who want to know what their fathers and brothers—and America—were doing fifty years ago.”

–Karl Marlantes, author of Matterhorn

THE ODYSSEY OF ECHO COMPANY “From harrowing scenes of battle to those of heart-rending tenderness, I felt I’d joined the young paratroopers of Echo Company in their journey through the Tet Offensive of 1968. Doug Stanton writes about the personal for the millions. It’s an amazing story of a group of young men who lived history.”

–David Maraniss, author of They Marched into Sunlight

THE ODYSSEY OF ECHO COMPANY “Doug Stanton is a superb nonfiction writer who grabs you and holds you from first page to last. Readers who follow him on this Odyssey through Vietnam and the American psyche will never forget it.”

–Philip Caputo, author of A Rumor of War and Some Rise By Sin

THE ODYSSEY OF ECHO COMPANY “Although the characters in Doug Stanton’s newest book are ordinary Americans from unexceptional backgrounds, “Odyssey” is the right word to describe their harrowing experiences in the Vietnam War. There was a Homeric quality in their battle to survive the Tet Offensive, as well as in their homecoming, when they found … Read More