This is the true story of two brothers-in-law who traveled to the Central Highlands of Vietnam where one of them was stationed during the Vietnam War. For Jim, an anti-war guy, this was just another funky place he'd have to talk about. For Nick, a West Point soldier and Special Forces ranger, who really believed in the war, this was a trip to his past, a place he'd never spoken about. The author never intended to write about the trip, but something happened to them during one day of their trip that rocked him deeply. This story is about that one day in April 1996, a day Jim and Nick spent together in a small village in the Central Highlands.
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Jim Fallon is a professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology at the University of California, at Irvine. He has written over 150 research articles and books on the structure of the brain and spent a year in Kenya in 1990 on a Fulbright Scholarship. He has also appeared in neuroscience features on CBS, NBC, ABC, MSNBC, PBS and the Discovery Channel.
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