diamondcutter13 wrote:Not from the last two years but still the most significant I've read since it came out is David Grossman's On Combat.
Also good is:
Training at the Speed of Life by Kenneth Murray
Sharpening the Warrior's Edge: The Psychology & Science of Training by Bruce Siddle
michelle in alaska wrote:Thanks again, diamondcutter.
Your books are out on the shelf.
And swain and g., i'll check into it. but i think beaver hunt is usually making its rounds without help from a library. ;)
diamondcutter13 wrote: Grossman's On Killing is shit, don't waste your time reading it. It is utter bollocks.
nowonmai wrote:diamondcutter13 wrote: Grossman's On Killing is shit, don't waste your time reading it. It is utter bollocks.
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