I'm not the biggest fan of War, but...
This book is a great read. Very informative, touching, and gory (the descriptions of injuries and treatments leaves little to the imagination)!
Shows in detail the extents to which Medics in the Army (past and present) deal with the war as they become immersed more deeply in intense action than a lot of the soldiers do.
From the bravery of the cooks and barbers turned stretcher-bearers who carry the injured from the front line back to safety, to the heroics of the medics treating the wounded at the scene as enemy attacks surround them, this book details it all.
A great tribute to these brave and selfless individuals.