One of his six favorite books for teens, as told to The Week magazine:
The Caine Mutiny by Herman WoukRead about the other books on the list.
Only a few great books came out of World War II, but this Pulitzer Prize winner is definitely among them. Captain Queeg is one of fiction's most intriguing characters. Is he a monster or the hero of the novel? This is a book you have to read twice.
The Caine Mutiny also appears among Richard Snow's five best books on World War II.
"Each time I revisit [The Caine Mutiny] I’m more awed than the last," writes Dawn Shamp. "The manner in which he develops the character of Willie Keith is nothing short of brilliant. Wouk’s style is spare yet complex. Every word counts."