The Six Year War

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About the author:
Brian Reynolds grew up in the American midwest and from a very early age discovered a passion for writing. Throughout his life a desire to change the world around him through his written word has taken hold, and now he is seeking to open the eyes and minds of his readers, and of the world at large, to a very real problem: the plight of the child soldier.

In 2010, Brian visited Somalia to research for the book, The Six Year War. While there, he saw and experienced much that left him a wholly changed individual. The atrocities he witnessed there, the hardships he experienced firsthand, have hopefully lent his book a real edge that will help illuminate the realities of this controversial and powerful issue.

Brian may be making his first large-scale entry into the writing world, but he looks forward to launching his career as an author and writer.

The Six Year War
 

Authored by Brian Reynolds

Child-soldiers are deployed the world over in wars and conflicts the causes of which are far beyond their means to comprehend. They suffer terrible injustices because of the greedy whims of those in power and are victimized by circumstance. It is an abhorrent trade that seems too surreal to be true.

For Nikolai Ivgenyovich, it is all too real. Nikolai's story takes him from the wartorn streets of Grozny, Chechnya, as a six-year-old boy to embroiled conflicts on the African continent, to suburban America, where as a teen he must face himself and what he has become.

Nikolai confronts the problem plaguing children worldwide, and plaguing the issue itself: is there any hope of recovery when we send our children to war?


Publication Date:
2012-03-09
ISBN/EAN13:
1470147661 / 9781470147662
Page Count:
256
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / General




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