Forty Days to Eternity

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Two years ago John Gunter met Mai Nguyen while he was serving in Vietnam, and the pair instantly hit it off. Now with the winds of war swirling around him, John returns to Vietnam to find Mai-the only woman he could ever consider marrying. After he finds Mai on her father's farm, he is faced with the challenge of communicating with her family and the hostility of a local man who wants to kill him. To add to this stressful situation is the relentless advance of the North Vietnamese Army. When the Communist Army ...
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Overview

Two years ago John Gunter met Mai Nguyen while he was serving in Vietnam, and the pair instantly hit it off. Now with the winds of war swirling around him, John returns to Vietnam to find Mai-the only woman he could ever consider marrying. After he finds Mai on her father's farm, he is faced with the challenge of communicating with her family and the hostility of a local man who wants to kill him. To add to this stressful situation is the relentless advance of the North Vietnamese Army. When the Communist Army approaches Mai's hometown, John and Mai make a daring escape under the cover of darkness. Will these young lovers make it to the coast before they're trapped in Vietnam? Will they ever reach America, where John's family is waiting, and have the wedding of their dreams? Forty Days to Eternity is a romantic tale wrapped in the historic events of the last days of the Vietnam War. It communicates the love and faith of a young couple and the drama and tension that characterized that time.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781617771804
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 5/3/2011
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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