Four questions, if I may. (1) Given the currently insatiable public appetite for books about Afghan ops - all of them seem to (a) garner rave reviews in the national press and (b) enter the bestseller lists - I wonder of ARRSERS would rank their personal top five? (Personally, I have only read "3 Para" - which I thought was ffrankly over-rated - and "Apache" which is a fine first-person account, but, like all first person accounts, gives little strategic overview or insight. However, would be interested in what I am missing/should read...) (2) Is there any Afghan fatigue creeping in? I wonder how many books are stating more or less the same thing(s) as earlier works? (3) Are first-person accounts ("Apache," "Junior Ruperts' Reading Club" et al) unit history accounts ("3 Para," "Attack State Red" et al) or more distanced third-person accounts ("Operation Snake Bite" "12 Million Bullets") to be preferred? (And why....?) (4) For veterans of the conflict only: What is your preferred book and why?