Review: Acheron by Bryon Morrigan

17 10 2011

‘War is hell’ is a common term used by soldiers, Bryon Morrigan twists this in a unique direction in Acheron. The story is narrated by Captain Nathan Leathers, an American soldier serving in Iraq. He is initially ambushed and captured by Iraqi insurgents before discovering that something much worse than al-Qaeda lurks in the sand of the Iraqi desert. Acheron has an interesting concept at its core. The theme of a war within a war that runs throughout the story is well told and neatly woven together. The military knowledge on display in the book is impressive and Morrigan’s passion for the army shines through in almost every chapter.

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