I wonder how the book reads for a Vietnam vet.
I wonder how it was for Nelson DeMille to write it, being a vet himself.
"Do you ever feel that there's something missing in your life? Like something to believe in or to live for beyond yourself?"
"That sounds like an antagonistic question, though maybe I need to think more about that." She added, "We live in incredibly dull times. I think I would like to have been a college student in the Sixties. But I wasn't. So, a lot of this emptiness and shallowness is not my fault, or the fault of my generation."
"Do the times make the generation, or does the generation make the times?"