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Thank You for Your Service

Awards: Amazon.com Best Books of the Year; Apple iBooks Best of the Year; Barnes and Noble Best New Books of the Year; Chapters Indigo Best of the Year; National Book Critics Circle Awards - Nominee; Chicago Tribune Best Books of the Year; Christian Science Monitor Best Books of the Year ; L.A. Times Book Prize - Finalist; Minneapolis Star Tribune Holiday Book Recommendations; New York Times Book Review Notable Books of the Year; NPR Best Book of the Year; Seattle Times Best Books of the Year; The Economist Magazine Books of the Year; The Globe Books 100; USA Today Best Books of the Year; Washington Post Best Books of the Year; Carla Furstenberg Cohen Literary Prize; Helen Bernstein Book Award - Nominee; Kirkus Reviews Best Books of the Year; Publishers Weekly Best Books of the Year

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