The Amazon #1 Bestseller

Where the Birds Never Sing

 

Jack Sacco has paid his father and all those who have ever served this country the ultimate tribute. Where the Birds Never Sing is an honest, moving portrait of his father, an American soldier in World War II, who fought for everything that makes our nation great.

 

Thanks to men like Jack Sacco, Americans will never lack for stories of heroes. And thanks to men like his father, Joe,

we'll never forget how heroes are made.

 

~ From the Foreword by Senator Bob Dole

Where the Birds Never Sing will find a place with the World War II remembrances of Tom Brokaw and Stephen Ambrose and the film Saving Private Ryan by Steven Spielberg. 

Cal Thomas
Syndicated Columnist/Bestselling Author

 

 

Jack Sacco has hit a home run with this book.

William Reifsteck

Author of Two Million Bricks - The Construction of Notre Dame Stadium

 

 

RebeccasReads recommends Where the Birds Never Sing as a riveting biography of the ordinary, sometimes hilarious and always hair-raising adventures of one young soldier, a boy who did the right thing, fought the good fight, and came home a man.

Rebecca Brown

RebeccaReads.com

 

I have never before written to an author, but I just this morning finished your wonderful book, “Where the Birds Never Sing,” and I must tell you, I wept.

 

As I closed the cover, I wept and wept for all of the young men who served – those who died and those who came home forever changed. I wept for the heartaches of their loved ones and I wept out of pride for the character and courage of our soldiers.

 

I have cried at sad movies before, but I have never wept from the depths of my soul before.

 

I feel like I have been forever changed for having read it.  Thank you.

Jan Antinozzi

Ham Lake, MN

 

 

An Absolute Masterpiece! Every child in school should read this.

Kathleen Fitzgerald
Chicago Illinois

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