The Audio book DRAFTEE, MILITARY SERVICE” — a fictional novel, will bring to the reader some of the intramural Compulsory Military Service and its legitimacy. The narrative follows a young recruit throughout the routine existing in the Brazilian Army Soldier Training Course. Their reading is stimulated and timely; after all, a very tiny portion of society shares this experience. Of a total of 4% of the population that is in this demand due to age, only 25% of these are called to the selection process; and of that percentage, a measly 5% will live from practical reality. The closeness of this literary essay is tangible, because the writer has been in the ranks of the Army in two distinct situations: as a student and as an instructor. Those millions of young people who receive their reservist without, however, having actually served, will know this situation in the book, and thus will be able to prove the relevance of what it means to be a reservist. An immensity of young people inhabit this situation, and logic indicates that many others will live it. The book is authentic in his message; after all, the author was instructor of the training course of the soldier, and reproduces - according to his time "years between 1978 and 1985", which “suffered” the recruit and future reservist.