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Grades 9 - 12Grades 2 - 7Z+4.274968
Rich in characters and authentic in detail, Fallen Angels tells the story of a 17-year-old black teenager's tour of duty in Vietnam in 1967. With its gritty and authentic depiction of the brutality of war it has been acclaimed by critics and young adult readers alike. "This gut-twisting Vietnam War novel . . . breaks uncharted ground . . ."--Booklist, starred review.
Hardcover
Published on May 1, 2008 by Scholastic Paperbacks
ISBN-10: 0329661833
ISBN-13: 9780329661830
4 Book Reviews
  • dorin
    dorinabout 2 months55 stars
    This book review is about Fallen Angels written by Walter Dean Myers. The genre of this book is Young Adult fiction/historical fiction. This book takes place in Vietnam during the Vietnam war. The main character is Richie Perry. Perry is 17 years old and just graduated high school in Harlem. Terry was unsure of what he wanted to do in his future so he decided to join the army. In the army he met some of his best friends. He was sent to Vietnam where he witnessed things no human should see. There are quite a few topics addressed in this book. A few of the topics are war, health, and friendship. I like this book a lot because it helped me understand and go into the mind of a soldier during the Vietnam War. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes reading about one. I gave this book five stars. Finally my name is Dorian Morgan.
    • genius1326
      genius1326over 6 years55 stars
      Here is Richard Perry, one of the many men who joined the war in Vietnam, but one of the few who returned. He is placed on the front lines with his platoon, and makes friends like Peewee, Monaco, Johnson, Brew, Lobel, Sargent Simpson, and Jenkins. I can tell you now, some of these guys didn't make it. Perry is scarred with the memories of dead people, violence, and the artillery. He and his friends come from different places, and came for different reasons, but they all have the same goal: To make it out alive.
      • redneck132
        redneck132over 8 years55 stars
        It is a book that people that like the past should read.
        • flifoy
          flifoyover 9 years44 stars
          This book is really good, I loved it.