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The Invisible Prison by MVP
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Studio: 1st Books Library
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.94" Width: 4.95" Height: 0.35" Weight: 0.44 lbs.
Release Date Dec 19, 1997
Publisher 1st Books Library
ISBN 158500233X ISBN13 9781585002337
Availability 68 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 24, 2016 02:20.
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More About MVP
MVP was born and raised in Auburn, Alabama during the time when prejudice was on the rampage. She was educated and protected from the ways of the world. She joined the Army in 1977.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Invisible Prison?
Her glass is half empty. Aug 15, 2000
This book is a bit on the pesamistic side, on the life of a woman in the army. It sounds as if the author had, at some points in her military career, some injustices done to her. However, it does appear as a typical in your face, yelling, army life as often portrayed on TV. True she may have had some difficulties going on in her life, but I don't think it was all to blame on the army. It sounds as if the Army, more specifically a recruitor, was not the best field for her to be in. The book is basically a tale of her troubles. It appears that the Army was trying to drum her out of the military any way they could because of her job performance. Fair or not, I can not say as it is a one sided story. If it is all true then she may have had a reason to write this book. The religious side of the book, I give her credit for. She knows what and why she believes what she does and it appears to be the only bright side of the story. I did like how her conversation threw the book with a councelor ends. This book may have been better portrayed if maybe she had help writting it and it was authored by someone else telling her story.