The true story of two young American men who came to Baghdad without a plan, were recruited into an occupation that knew the feeling, and witnessed enough corruption, confusion, and brutality to fill the pages of a very good book.
Innocents Abroad meets Fear and Loathing ... inside the mess of post-liberation Iraq. (Jon Lee Anderson, author of The Fall of Baghdad)

A report from the civilian front lines . . . funny, provocative, maddeningùand largely riveting. (Chicago Sun-Times)