Waiting for the Enemy hits #98 on the Kindle Singles fiction charts; thank you to all those who've bought, borrowed, or talked with friends about this book.
"Waiting for the Enemy could be called a fictional memoir of war. It is studded with sharp, stinging truths about life and death, family and friendship, and what wars do to those who fight them." —Kelly Cherry, author of Retreats of Thought: Poems
"Jennings' fiction is gritty, bold, and big-hearted. Waiting for the Enemy is an unflinching portrait of troubled men, as brutally honest as it is deeply satisfying." Seth Fried, author of The Great Frustration
"Reading Brandon Davis Jennings is kind of like being a camel snared in razor wire: brutal and excruciating as these stories may be, you can't stop reading any more than that camel can untangle itself." —Thisbe Nissen, author of Out of the Girls Room and Into the Night
"It is a hard thing to tell the truth. But here it is, in all its complexity and wonder." —Mark Brazaitis, author of The River of Lost Voices: Stories from Guatemala