365 Days Author:Ronald J. Glasser M.D. An Overwhelming Reading Experience — "Dr. Glasser as an Army doctor served some years ago at the Camp Zama Army Hospital in Japan, a first-rate hospital to which the Vietnam wounded were flown in at the rate of six to 8000 a month. Out of his own experiences, and out of what he was told by the wounded GIs themselves, Dr. Glasser has written one ... more »of the most moving books yet to come out of the Vietnam tragedy. It is inconceivable that anyone could read his book without being overwhelmed by its searing descriptions. . . His closing sketch of a young soldier dying of burns is totally shattering. Dr. Glasser's controlled rage and grief runs like a threnody through one of the most unforgettable books of the year."
- Publishers' Weekly
"The only believable inages to come out of Vietnam . . . A classic book. " - Life
"The last chapter of this book, published separately as 'The Burn Ward' is already justly famous. The rest of the book deserves to be. . . Its quiet eloquence, its factual precision, its emotional restraint braided into the horror and pain of the subject matter makes it a book of great emotional impact." - The New York Times
"The most convincing, most moving accounts I have yet read about what it was like to be an American soldier in Vietnam." - Newsweek« less