Has anyone else on this forum read this book? DS's interest in attending a SA and serving as an officer has launched me on a kick of reading almost any current, US military-interest works I can get my hands on. This forum has been a source of many good recommendations. Not sure I'd recommend this book (nor was it recommended here- found it at my local library)...but I am curious to hear feedback from others who have read it. It paints an extremely bleak portrait of life for enlisted women, making it sound as though it is not possible for a woman to gain the respect of the male soldiers with whom she serves and not likely for a woman to experience military life without being raped or at minimum constantly sexually harassed. I have difficulty believing that this is an accurate portrayal. I would love for those with military experience to weigh in. Thanks in advance!