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Book Review: Brothers Forever by Tom Sileo and Col. Tom Manion, USMC (RET)

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War brings out the worst in mankind, but also the best. This is a story about the best — two young men, Travis Manion and Brendan Looney, who shared a bond of brotherhood, brought together in the terror of 9/11. Their paths first crossed at Annapolis where they were roommates. There was an instant connection and their friendship grew each day. Upon graduation, Travis joined the Marines and Brendan embraced the challenge of the Navy Seals.

Their sacrifice and love of country is reflected in this heart-rending account of their individual and shared lives. They are now side by side in Section 60 of Arlington National Cemetery — unselfish warriors and devoted friends.

This is Travis and Brendan’s story. It will inspire, fill your heart with pride and your eyes with tears.

If you’re interested in this book, there is a library in your neighborhood where you can find it. Your public library is a source of immediate gratification. Take a walk to your local branch and discover a vital resource that is there for the taking. Whether it’s current events, a visit to our downtown cafe called fables, something for the kids, or even booking a librarian, we’re not just books anymore! Your free Buffalo & Erie County Public Library card is your ticket to millions of free resources – e-books, downloadable music, research databases, genealogical materials, our complete catalog, and of course, more than 3 million book titles. All of this is at your fingertips at any Library in Erie County or from your own computer – check us out at www.buffalolib.org.

 

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