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About the Author
Paul White, an armed forces veteran, is now an established author and writer. His works includes his bestselling Novel 'The Abduction of Rupert DeVille', 'Tales of Crime & Violence' a trilogy collective of short stories and his award winning anthology of emotive poetry, 'Teardrops & White Doves'.
Here, with 'Life in the War Zone' Paul has gently coaxed from the depths of people's hearts the truth of how destructive and debilitating the effects of war are to individuals, families and entire communities.
Each tale reflects true events; Paul has managed to elicit the emotions, the feelings and the inner anxieties of those whose accounts are represented here.
Yet Paul has also found stories of great courage, fortitude and resilience of human spirit strewn amounst the detritus of war.
Whilst these stories are particular to the individuals to whom they belong, the sad fact is they can easily be told by so many.
This book may be finished, but the strife continues.
Life in the War Zone
A collection of personal stories based on true accounts
THIS IS NOT A 'WAR' STORY.
Life in the War Zone
A collection of poignant, eye opening stories and articles, written primarily as fictional accounts, yet based on true experiences from major war zones around the globe. Each story and article has been formed from interviews, discussions, reports and dialogues from those affected by conflict.
Life in the War Zone brings you the emotional truth about the effects and the long lasting legacy of pain and suffering, to both combat troops and innocent civilian lives, devastated by war and armed conflict.
Revealed, the cold hard facts; tales from the front line you probably do not want to consider. Situations you do not want to believe are true. Yet these things have happened, are still happening now.
For many, the fight continues long after the last shots of the battle have been fired. Physical trauma, disability and PTSD linger for years, even entire lifetimes, following conflict and struggle.
These are the sad facts of modern warfare.
"In war, there are no unwounded"
- Publication Date:
- 1542338700 / 9781542338707
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / War & Military