My favorite chapter so far was "How to Tell a True War Story". I really enjoyed all the different stories in this chapter. As well as, the use of detail Tim O'Brien uses to describe a scene or a feeling. I liked this chapter because of the serious yet humorous writing style of Tim O'Brien when telling us about Rat Kiley's letter to Curt's sister, the intense details used during Mitchell Sanders story, and the heartfelt words used when describing Curt Lemon's death. There is so much emotion in the chapter and what makes it different, in my opinion, is that the reader experiences a mixture of different emotions.
The best thing about this chapter I think is the fact that Tim O'Brien doesn't come out and tell you the point he's trying to say, nor does he state things in a "matter of fact" way. He leaves things to the reader to interpret and figure out on their own. He also will say one thing in different ways to make you look at it in a different light or say one thing that has multiple meanings. Overall, the writing style used in this chapter and the emotional experience of this chapter made it my favorite.