I'm very fortunate to have had my book reviewed by award-winning journalist, and one of the bravest people I know (She won an award for on-the-spot reporting of the Tiananmen Square Uprising, and once sneaked into a Siberian labor camp to write about conditions there.) Claudia Rosett.
Steven Givler is a warrior-poet and painter, navigating not only the skies over Iraq, but the loyalties and beliefs that shape our lives. This is a compelling book about faith, beauty, love, resolve -- and war. With a clarity of vision that comes from a deep appreciation of the difference between good and evil, Steven shows us what it is like to fight on the front lines for freedom, and why.
Claudia Rosett is a journalist-in-residence at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. She writes about issues of tyranny and democratic development, and contributes to National Review Online, The Wall Street Journal's Opinionjournal, The New York Sun and a variety of other news outlets. She has been a books editor for the Wall Street Journal, bureau chief in the Journal's Moscow bureau from 1993-96; and a member of the Journal’s editorial board in New York.
She is a winner of the Eric Breindel Award for Excellence in Opinion Journalism, and an Overseas Press Club citation for excellence for her on-the-scene coverage of the Tiananmen Square uprising in 1989.