1001 Nights in Iraq: The Shocking Story of an American Forced to Fight for Saddam Against the Country He Loves (Paperback)
The Shocking Story of an American Forced to Fight for Saddam Against the Country He Loves
Atria Books, 9781416540199, 292pp.
Publication Date: June 5, 2007
Praise For 1001 Nights in Iraq: The Shocking Story of an American Forced to Fight for Saddam Against the Country He Loves…
"Only a man of great courage and resilience could have survived such a harrowing ordeal. And only a storyteller of extraordinary talent could have related it with such humanity, grace, and humor." -- Andrew Carroll, New York Times bestselling editor of War Letters and Behind the Lines
"Shant Kenderian takes us on an emotional journey that is both tormented and complex and, in the process, establishes an important context through which we can view today's Iraqi conflicts. What a ride!" -- Liz Balmaseda, two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist
"If it were only a war story it would be riveting. If it were only a love story it would be profoundly moving. And if it were only the story of a man never losing hope in the face of bureaucracy, bigotry and bad luck -- it would be an inspiration. But, it is all of those things and a good deal more. Shant Kenderian has returned to us from hell with a message of hope." -- Scott Z. Burns, producer of An Inconvenient Truth