House to House: An Epic Memoir of War

This morning on my way to work, I heard NPR review the book House to House: An Epic Memoir of War by David Bellavia. If you click to the webpage a huge picture of his book appears.

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When I was at the Pittsford B&N a few weeks ago, I saw a display of this book right at the entrance. I picked up the book, held in in my hands, and realized…there’s no WAY I am going to be able to read this book in public. From the reviews I’ve heard (and not just from Mr. Bellavia’s soon to be sister-in-law)

I’m scared to read it. I’m scared not only because the author is someone close to those I love, but because the author could be anyone. And somehow being in my safe bubble makes me, well feel safer. At the same time I can’t wait to read this book, although I know it will likely strip me to the bone.

Have you bought this book yet? If you are in Buffalo. I’m certain there are signed copies everywhere.

A true life war hero. Thank you David, for all you do for our Country.


Whatcha talkin' bout Willis?