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Lost soldiers

James Webb

Lost soldiers

by James Webb

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  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Ulverscroft in Anstey .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJames Webb.
SeriesCharnwood
The Physical Object
Pagination552p. ;
Number of Pages552
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15541820M
ISBN 101843951150, 0752853740

Ghost Soldiers: The Epic Account of World War II's Greatest Rescue Mission (Doubleday, ) is a non-fiction book written by Hampton Sides. It is about the World War II Allied prison camp raid at Cabanatuan in the dr-peshev.com: Hampton Sides. Lost Soldiers by James Webb. In his most electrifying novel since Fields of Fire, James Webb returns to the world he inhabited in that now-classic bestseller. Ex-Marine Brandon Condley went to Vietnam and never quite came home. Instead, he fought and lost a war, loved and lost a woman, and fell in love with a country he could not save. Now.

Lost Soldiers: A Novel - Ebook written by James Webb. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Lost Soldiers: A Novel/5(5). The final book in the series, Down to the Sea, takes place a generation after the arrival of the 35th Maine. With the children of the original regiment members reaching adulthood they face a new threat from across the southern sea, the Kazars, aliens who have an early 20th-century level of technology and who also have a selectively bred slave.

For a Lost Soldier (Dutch title: Voor een Verloren Soldaat) is a Dutch film based upon the autobiographical novel of the same title by ballet dancer and choreographer Rudi van Dantzig. It deals with the romantic / sexual relationship between a year-old boy (Van Dantzig) and a Canadian soldier during the final months leading up to the liberation of the Netherlands from Nazi occupation during . Lost Soldiers (Book): Webb, James: Once in a great while there comes a novel of such emotional impact and acute insight that it forever changes the way a reader sees a nation or an era. Writing with an unerring sense of suspense and of history experienced firsthand, James Webb takes us on a myth-shattering cultural odyssey deep into the heart of contemporary Vietnam, with a riveting thriller.


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Lost Soldiers, published inis quite different. It is a novel about the social impact of Viet Nam, as well as a thumping good mystery. Brandon Condley, five years a U. Marine in Viet Nam, has bounced around Asia for thirty years since the war/5. Sep 09,  · The Lost Soldier offers a perspective on World War II we don’t always get from histories and memoirs.

Based on the letters home of Pete Lynn, the diary of his wife, Ruth, and meticulous research in primary and secondary sources, this book recounts the war of a married couple who represent so many married couples, so many soldiers, in World War II.5/5(10).

Oct 10, Lost soldiers book The story follows the experiences of Brandon Condley, an ex-Marine whose job it is to find missing American soldiers, dead or alive. Condley is trying to track down Theodore Lost soldiers book, an army grunt who not only deserted his unit in and killed a fellow /5().

Chris J. Hartley is the author of several nonfiction books. His latest book is The Lost Soldier (Stackpole Books, ). It follows the ordeal of a World War II draftee and his family from the home front to the Huertgen Forest.

Prior to that, Hartley authored Stoneman's Raid,which was published by /5. Aug 28,  · Lost Soldiers captures the Vietnam of past and present — its beauty and squalor, its politics and people.

Propelled by a page-turning mystery, shot through with adventure and intrigue, it irrevocably transforms our view of that haunted land and brings us as complete an understanding as we will ever have of what happened after the war — and why/5(28).

Jan 25,  · The Lost Soldiers: A gripping historical novel of love, secrets, and sisterhood is written by Liz Trenow. This novel takes place around Ypres, Belgium and the World War I battlefields near there.

It occurs in July, It is a captivating novel that takes you back to and brings up the emotions that must have been felt during that time/5. Mar 05,  · The Lost Soldier Paperback – July 1, by Diney Costeloe (Author)/5().

“Lost Soldiers” is a strong and unusual novel. On its face, it is a standard tale of intrigue, adventure and mystery. James Webb has written a well-plotted story about Americans and Vietnamese in Vietnam more than a quarter-century after the war’s end. For a Lost Soldier is book that retells the story of an eleven year old boy named Jeroen who was taken from his home in the early morn and sent to live with a foster family during the time of the dr-peshev.com's during this stay he meets and befriends a Canadian Soldier named Walt.

What begins is a journey of lost love.4/5. Aug 27,  · Lost Soldiers is one of those rare books that is not only a beautifully realized literary triumph but also a crackling good page-turner.

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Feb 29,  · The Lost Soldier by Diney Costeloe is a marvellous contemporary and historical novel being set in both the first world war and It is a remarkable novel as facts are woven into fiction.

It is the tale of a lost generation of men in the futility of war. Every man killed in battle had a name and a face/5. Lost Soldiers is one of those rare books that is not only a beautifully realized literary triumph but also a crackling good page-turner.

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Nov 07,  · I was hardly able to put this book down and thoroughly recommend it. I had already read "The Throwaway Children" by this author and admit to being deeply moved on several ocassions and so decided read "The Lost Soldier". Diney Costeloe writes beautifully and her characters take on /5().

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For a Lost Soldier. Rudi van Dantzig. Gay Men's Press, - Fiction - pages. 2 Reviews. A child's fears, first love, and confused emotions in occupied Amsterdam, rarely described.

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For a Lost Soldier (Dutch title: Voor een Verloren Soldaat) is a Dutch film based upon the autobiographical novel of the same title by ballet dancer and choreographer Rudi van Dantzig. It deals with the romantic/sexual relationship between a year-old boy (Van Dantzig) and a Canadian soldier during the final months leading up to the liberation of the Netherlands from Nazi occupation during Music by: Joop Stokkermans.

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