War is serious business. However, within all the torment of war, the strongest of bonds are created and nurtured. Through these ties and perhaps because of them, instances of wit along with humorous episodes breathe light into the darkness and damnation of war.The thread that binds this story together is the mentoring affiliation the Commanding General has with Captain Barney Quinn, Company Commander and later, Aide. Barney's, at times roguish behavior, his sense of humor, and playfully prankish mind both clash and support this steely-eyed Old Corps Marine, Lieutenant General Walter Barto.Through Barney's eyes and voice, you will live among a cast of loveable Marines. All names are fictitious. Experiences, real. REVIEWS The Light Side of DamnationByWilliam F. Lee What are readers saying? Here is a sampling: “Just to let you know…I’ve been reading your book before I go to sleep…and I’m losing sleep as it’s hard to put down.” - BB, Princeton, TX “I’m overwhelmed…just finished your book and I am speechless. Your characters are so well developed and believable…and the humor, terrific. I bawled trying to tell a friend about it. It was a real page-turner for me.” - NS, Abington, PA “Sir, I doubt if you remember me but I certainly do you, and with much respect.