I have been reading, for the first time, "Band of Brothers: E Company, 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne from Normandy to Hilter's Eagle's Nest," by Stephen E. Ambrose. I am also re-reading J.R R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings."
Both books revolve around war, both around good versus evil. One tells the events and actions of the 101st Airborne against Nazi Germany, the other tells the events and actions of men, dwarves, elves and hobbits against orcs, uruk-hai, ugluk and trolls, with wizards on both sides.
It may seem strange for a 58 year-old-woman to enjoy reading books about war. Indeed, I have enjoyed many "war" books including, "You'll Be Sor-ree!: A Guadalcanal Marine Remembers the Pacific War," by Sidney Phillips (from our own hometown,) "A Helmet for my Pillow: From Parris Island to the Pacific," by Robert Leckie and " by