Paperback: 232 pages
Publisher: Oak Tree Books (May 17, 2010)
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In 1965, medical corpsman Brian Thomas, a white paratrooper in the Vietnam bound101st Airborne Division, confronts both the coming war and reverse racial discrimination, when he becomes involved in an interracial romance with ebony beauty, Gladys Thompson, and despotic, racist NCO’s persecute him for violating the South’s most sacred, entrenched taboo thermodynamics of earthquake. Once he arrives in the war zone, Brian’s view of combat as a rite of passage “adventure” is shattered as a naïve illusion thermodynamics of earthquake. He experiences firsthand the horrors of war and its traumatizing effects thermodynamics of earthquake. Despite having been ordered to leave a critically wounded man behind during a forced withdrawal, Brian regards himself as a coward, and his guilt and shame haunt him relentlessly thermodynamics of earthquake. Most veterans called Vietnam, The ‘Nam. But to Brian it would always be known as, The Land of a Thousand Dances.
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