If you ever feel the need to find a reason to count your blessings, THE MULLAH’S STORM will provide you with 273 of them. That’s one for every page of this unforgettable debut by Thomas W. Young. Food, warmth, clothes, bandages, shelter, safety, sleep, wheeled transportation…and that is only the start. The book is set in Afghanistan, right in the middle of the current war, and it is an eye-opener to say the least.
Young, who logged nearly 4,000 hours as a flight engineer in Afghanistan as well as Iraq, Bosnia and Kosovo under less-than-ideal conditions, knows of what he speaks. This is a war novel: unapologetic, straightforwar