by Will Murray
His name was Remo and he watched as the two men started throwing rocks at each other.
It didn't take two to Rambo
It didn't matter to Remo that his mentor Chiun told him he was acting like a child to want to go back to Vietnam on a mission of rescue and revenge.
It didn't matter to Remo that his superior Smith ordered him to abandon a plan that could upset the delicate balance of world peace.
Remo was out of his skull with remembered rage, and out of control of anyone who wanted to stop him from trying to spring a wartime buddy from a jungle hell. And the Destroyer plunged back into the past to fight a one-man war against an old enemy that would not die but could still kill without mercy and vanish like a ghoulish ghost....
Review: This is another book who's plot hinges on Remo losing his memory. Remo must be getting a soft head from all the times he's whacked it and lost his past. In this one, Remo starts flashing back to his days in Vietnam after getting news that one of his old army pals is an MIA still being held. He ignores Smith and defies Chiun to go there and find the truth for himself. In the course of his adventures, he loses his memory thanks to an exploding mine. Then it turns into Rambo VII. Oh, and Chiun gets an elephant.
Walking Wounded is a mediocre .