A scathing indictment of the corruption of the human soul by war, Kenneth Levin’s bracingly honest and harrowing debut is reminiscent of masterworks like Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried and Bao Ninh’s The Sorrow of War. A decorated combat veteran whose his own experiences in Vietnam are combined with the personal interviews of North Vietnamese veterans, Levin deftly explores the nature of man amidst the chaos and horror of war. As illuminating as it is disturbing, Crazy Razor demonstrates with stark clarity that the real villain in war…is war itself.
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By mrtoybox on 20-04-15
Worst book ever
The dialogue is almost always juvenile. The narrator didn't help. It had a few high spots that I kept thinking it would get better but fell into grade school language.
By Michael on 15-10-14
What a piece of crap!
What would have made Crazy Razor better?
A narrator with some talent.
Would you ever listen to anything by Kenneth Levin again?
How could the performance have been better?
A better narrator.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
None at all. A waste of a credit.
Any additional comments?
I couldn't deal with the monotone narrator. Stopped listening after 20 minutes. All the characters sounded the same. Thank you Audible for not letting me return this POS.