Beginning on January 21, 2002, and concluding on April 18, 2002,Shadow War, Volume Three resumes Louis Daniel Brodsky’s chronicle of America’s war on terrorism. In forty-one poems, he records the aftershocks created by the September 11 devastations of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
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Written much like the daily entries in a diary, Brodsky's poems are hardly a sensitive walk through the Shadow War, his term for "the terrorist siege on America." And while there are no healing words or reassurances in this first volume, Brodsky's work appeals because his fears and anxieties, anger and misapprehensions, are our own, and in that, we find a support system through which we can react against, and come to understand America's darkest day.