“there are a lot of contradictions in modern Iran, and reading this book will give you many valuable insights into how the country functions—with repression and tolerance going hand in hand
“will come as a shock to readers used to hearing about meticulously planned and executed American special operations . . .”
"Sloyan's narrative is enlightening, fast moving, and timely . . ."
Although it was the longest war of the 20th century and caused over a million casualties, the Iran-Iraq War is largely forgotten by the Western world outside of a few military analysts and Middle E