Emmanuel Guibert

This has to be one of the more inspirational guests that I have had on in a while. Emmanuel Guibert’s latest books, The Photographer, as well as Alan’s War are both incredible looks at unique men in unusual situations. The Photographer, follows the his close friend Didier Lefevre as he joins Doctors Without Borders in 1986 Russian invaded Afghanistan. Alan’s War is the story of Alan Cope, a common soldier in the American army during World War 2. Alan is a fascinating man that shows a humanist side to the conflict. Both are high on my most recent must read lists, and they should be on yours as well.

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