“Sunrise Over Fallujah” by Walter Dean is about the complexities of the war and of the ways the rank-and-file, as represented by Robin, are slowly drawn into covert or morally dubious engagement. The action builds toward a climax that is affecting despite being easily foreseen. The book ends with Robin writing her uncle one last letter. It reads, “[A]re there really enough words to make [kids] understand [about war]?”
What happends at the end of the book sunrise over fallujah by walter dean myers
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