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The Calamity That Is War

A book full of the accounts of the Vietnam War from the eyes of a soldier


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Most historians would agree that it is in human nature to fight for survival and for their own independence.

Most historians would agree that it is in human nature to fight for survival and for their own independence. But when a clash of ideals and cultures occurs, the darkest sides of humanity’s nature come out and bring out the worst in everyone, giving them the potential to do heinous acts such as taking or destroying the life of another.

In “The Sea of Feed,” author Mingin IRN depicts the darkness he has seen in human nature when brought to the point of conflict. He witnessed the potential of fellow humans to commit atrocities toward one another. Conflict is something everyone strives to avoid solely for the reason that conflict often shows the worse side of human nature, a side that we try hard to hide for fear of it defining us.

Although the story was written from the perspective of his father as he was serving in Vietnam during the Vietnam War, Mingin shares his view of life, wherein people could have lived a long and fulfilling life but instead their lives are cut short by something as simple as a disagreement in opinions. In some nations, conflict is indeed unavoidable, but attempting to prevent conflict from happening is largely different from letting it happen freely just because it allows them to gain control over another’s cultural identity.

The Sea of Feed
Written by Mingin IRN
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Grab a copy of “The Sea of Feed” now at Amazon, Litfire Publishing, Barnes & Noble and other online book retailers.
 
About the Author
Mingin IRN is an honorably discharged U.S. serviceman for 14 years of his life. As a serviceman he was given the duty of being part of the Military Intelligence Corps, who were tasked with gathering data from all regions being monitored by the U.S. Army.

Upon writing this book, Mingin stumbled upon his father’s story back when he was still serving in the Vietnam War. Mingin tells the story from his father’s perspective and adds in his own ideas about the conflict.

Though “The Sea of Feed” is Mingin’s first published book, he has another book, “Supernatural Collection of Horror Anthologies,” also available in Amazon.
 


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