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The debut novel from the National Book Award winning author of RedeploymentThis compact epic of a novel contains perhaps Klay's finest writing yetUsing his formidable gifts for scene setting meaningful irony and deep human empathy Klay weaves together a set of stories over the course of nearly three decadesAmid raging fires and illness and constitutional crises Klay's book roars something vital Never forget about war or the blood and bone and the evil and the reckless idealism of who we all really areLos Angeles TimesA group of Colombian soldiers prepares to raid a drug lord's safe house on the Venezuelan border They're watching him with an American made drone about to strike using military tactics taught to them by US soldiers who honed their skills to lethal perfection in Ira In Missionaries Phil Klay examines the globalization of violence through the interlocking stories of four characters and the conflicts that define their livesFor Mason a US Army Special Forces medic and Lisette a foreign correspondent America's long post 911 wars in the Middle East exerted a terrible draw that neither is able to shake Where can such a person go next? All roads lead to Colombia where the US has partnered with local government to keep predatory narco gangs at bay Mason now a liaison to the Colombian military is ready for the good war and Lisette isthan ready to cover it Juan Pablo a Colombian officer must juggle managing the Americans' presence and navigating a viper's nest of factions bidding for power Meanwhile Abel a lieutenant in a local militia has lost almost everything in the seemingly endless carnage of his home province where the lines between drug cartels militias and the state are semi permeable Drawing on six years of research in America and Colombia into the effects of the modern way of war on regular people Klay has written a novel of extraordinary suspense infused with geopolitical sophistication and storytelling instincts that are second to none Missionaries is a window not only into modern war but into the individual lives that go on long after the drones have left the skies

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Missionaries A NovelThe debut novel from the National Book Award winning author of RedeploymentThis compact epic of a novel contains perhaps Klay's finest writing yetUsing his formidable gifts for scene setting meaningful irony and deep human empathy Klay weaves together a set of stories over the course of nearly three decadesAmid raging fires and illness and constitutional crises Klay's book roars something vital Never forget about war or the blood and bone and the evil and the reckless idealism of who we all really areLos Angeles TimesA group of Colombian soldiers prepares to raid a drug lord's safe house on the Venezuelan border They're watching him with an American made drone about to strike using military tactics taught to them by US soldiers who honed their skills to lethal perfection in Ira In Missionaries Phil Klay examines the globalization of violence through the interlocking stories of four characters and the conflicts that define their livesFor Mason a US Army Special Forces medic and Lisette a foreign correspondent America's long post 911 wars in the Middle East exerted a terrible draw that neither is able to shake Where can such a person go next? All roads lead to Colombia where the US has partnered with local government to keep predatory narco gangs at bay Mason now a liaison to the Colombian military is ready for the good war and Lisette isthan ready to cover it Juan Pablo a Colombian officer must juggle managing the Americans' presence and navigating a viper's nest of factions bidding for power Meanwhile Abel a lieutenant in a local militia has lost almost everything in the seemingly endless carnage of his home province where the lines between drug cartels militias and the state are semi permeable Drawing on six years of research in America and Colombia into the effects of the modern way of war on regular people Klay has written a novel of extraordinary suspense infused with geopolitical sophistication and storytelling instincts that are second to none Missionaries is a window not only into modern war but into the individual lives that go on long after the drones have left the skies