Fallen Angels

Walter Dean Myers

"Shock. Pain. Nobody wanted to look at anybody else. Nobody wanted to talk. There was nothing to say."

When in Nam . . .

After Richard Perry enlists in the army he picks up and moves half way across the world to Vietnam. Along the way Perry makes friends and loses some. Perry learns many things in Nam. Like who not to mess with. He has many flashbacks of his family back home and how things will be different when he goes back. Perry and his new friends suddenly start to learn why they are there.
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"Let us feel pity and sorrow for ourselves and all the angel warriors that fall."

Reviews on Fallen Angels

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly

A tour of duty for a young soldier in Vietnam is vividly presented in Myers's exceptional novel. Ages 13-up. (May)
. . . as thought provoking as it is entertaining, touching and, on occasion, humorous. -- The New York Times Book Review

Reviews by students

I am a sophomore at Clark Magnet High School and I just finished reading Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers. As a high school student I have to tell you that this is the best book that I read this year. This is also one of the best books that I have enjoyed in a very long time.

-Anonymous


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