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Everything on the living earth is mortal as it dies after a specific period. Viet Thanh Nguyen gives a new concept to his ever-increasing number of fans. Things in this world die for sure but there is one place where everything always remains i.e the mind. Heroes, faces, occasions, and wars don’t end or die in our minds. They are always there forever and they stay in the exact manner i.e they never grow old at all.
Vietnam War took place years ago but the author is of the view that whoever witnessed that deadly thing cannot forget its impact on his or her life and the rest of the world. To write this book the author borrowed recollection and memories of several people who were there when the war broke out. The Sympathizer and The Refugees were less real if we compare them with this book of the author but the sentiments are felt in the same way. Viet has never reduced the intensity in his stories and this is the sole reason because of which the author’s books touch the heart and they too never die in the memories.
This book which P.J. Ochlan narrates cannot be termed as a true story but it is like the other two books pretty close to real-life events that the author has described along with his spice. Viet’s books don’t have much for romance lovers but for sufferers of war, these books will appear as true tales. The landscape is the same but all the time stories and characters are new for the audience.