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Vietnam was not a popular war. And it was America’s first war not supported by the nation. Its impact carved deep, shaping a generation and beyond.

In 1968, a former ski racer turned photojournalist leaps at an unexpected opportunity to document the conflict. Gutsy and determined to make a name for herself, she dives in headfirst, getting far more than she bargained for.

The lure of danger and the exhilaration of battle intoxicate her. In Saigon, she meets other journalists all competing for the same gut-wrenching stories in this theater of the absurd. Some have ethics; some have blind instincts, and others break every rule if it puts them on top of the heap.

The lessons are hard learned: intrigue, deception, betrayal, abuse. 

No one walks away from Vietnam unscathed.

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