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Behind enemy Lines: Under Fire in the Middle East is written by Bill Doyle. If you’re the type of kid who does not like reading at all, this book is the paperback for you.This is the second book in the Behind Enemy Lines series, the first one blew me away and the second one was astounding. Each book is different and has many different stories of diverse military soldiers. In one chapter there is a soldier who is blown up 3 times by I.E.D (improvised explosive devises). He was told he couldn’t look for any more I.E.Ds. He was told to go home, but he wanted to work more. Read the book to see if he goes home. In another chapter a bomber goes to a military base where three dogs jump on him then the bomber blows up his suitcase bomb.Find out if the dogs are okay. Like Bill Doyle says, this book is about real heroes who risk it all for their country. The soldiers in the book had to have their names changed so military information can be kept a secret, other than that all of the stories are completely a mind blowing, heart stopping, jaw dropping true story. Not yet in your school library, check the public library for this book.