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DISILLUSION
     

DISILLUSION

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by Kirk
 

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Dino has three friends that are going to college with him in the fall of 1970. Their names are Tony, Joe, and Sam. Tony and Joe are probably going to be drafted into the army in January of 1971. Dino and Sam didn't have to worry about being drafted in the army because they both had each a physical deferment.
Tony wants to go into the army and fight in the

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Dino has three friends that are going to college with him in the fall of 1970. Their names are Tony, Joe, and Sam. Tony and Joe are probably going to be drafted into the army in January of 1971. Dino and Sam didn't have to worry about being drafted in the army because they both had each a physical deferment.
Tony wants to go into the army and fight in the Vietnam War because he believes his country is doing the right thing being involved in the War. Joe is just the opposite he doesn't want to go in the army because he doesn't want to go to Vietnam and fight and may be die in a war he doesn't think is right. He is thinking about going to Canada if he is drafted.
Dino and Sam are planning to transfer to the University of Wisconsin in Madison in the fall of 1971 when they are sophomores. They want to transfer because the college in Madison a good engineering program.
When Dino and Sam first transfer to Madison they don't get involved in the peace movement. But after something happens to Tony in Vietnam Dino and Sam get involved in the peace movement in Madison.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781468501308
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
11/28/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
File size:
368 KB

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Disillusion 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
bigman67 More than 1 year ago
I liked the cover very much. The author made his charactors in the book were like real people.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Very easy reading. The story made you feel like you were with the characters in the book. Allthough, there were some grammar and typing errors; it kept your interest through out the whole story.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Kirk has brought a gritty, bare-bones style of writing to this book, which creates characters and situations that are so real it feels as if you are watching a friend's home movies. He stirs up powerful memories of an era that still resonates with readers like me. I can't wait for more from this new, different, gritty realist. Kirk is the real deal.