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Sebastian Junger
Sebastian Junger is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of War, The Perfect Storm, Fire, and A Death in Belmont. Together with Tim Hetherington, he directed the Academy Award-nominated film Restrepo, which won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance. He is a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and... show more



Sebastian Junger is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of War, The Perfect Storm, Fire, and A Death in Belmont. Together with Tim Hetherington, he directed the Academy Award-nominated film Restrepo, which won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance. He is a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and has been awarded a National Magazine Award and an SAIS Novartis Prize for journalism. He lives in New York City.

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Thewanderingjew
Thewanderingjew rated it 4 years ago
Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging, Sebastian Junger, author and narratorI must admit that I thought this book was going to be about our men and women in the armed forces who have suffered from PTSD, and about other causes of that particular disability that has inhibited the normal function of so ma...
Brian's Book Blog
Brian's Book Blog rated it 4 years ago
Follows the chain of events that led to the disappearance of the Andrea Gail during 1991's perfect storm of the title.Using interviews with survivors from other ships, and friends and family of the missing crew, Junger puts together a potted history of the fishing industry and the effect it has on t...
BUGGY
BUGGY rated it 6 years ago
Opening Line: “O’Byrne and the men of Battle Company arrived in the last week of May when the rivers were running full and the upper peaks still held snow.” Great cover on this, a haunting image and an equally powerful read. Written by Sabastian Junger (of The Perfect Storm fame) here he spends 15...
Seriously, Read a Book!
Seriously, Read a Book! rated it 6 years ago
Sebastian Junger is a great non-fiction writer in any circumstance, but he's especially well-suited to cover the Boston Strangler story. Why? Well, because the man who was in all likelihood the culprit of said stranglings was also working on an addition to his family's house in 1962 in Belmont, Mass...
Seriously, Read a Book!
Seriously, Read a Book! rated it 6 years ago
Sebastian Junger is a great non-fiction writer in any circumstance, but he's especially well-suited to cover the Boston Strangler story. Why? Well, because the man who was in all likelihood the culprit of said stranglings was also working on an addition to his family's house in 1962 in Belmont, Mass...
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