The US Government has sent Chuck Franklin a personal invitation to Vietnam, one that he really can't refuse... or can he? For reasons not typical of most draft dodgers, he finds himself in Canada, embraced by a family who has seen their own son cross the 49th parallel in order to serve with the US Marines in support of the South Vietnamese. Now Chuck must decide if spending the rest of his life in exile is any less a sentence to hell than the jungles of southern Asia would be.
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The Red of Flowing Blood I See based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I have no idea how anyone rated this below 5 stars. The book is compeling, emotional, and dramatic in all the best of ways. So well done, but no surprise from this author. I HIGHLY recommend this book. You will not be sorry!
A fine well written novel. The book took me to a place that I had pushed back into the forgetfullness of time. A struggle many of us went through this book helped me to understand my youth and to better comprehend duty honor country as well as the doubts I have held in the dark place I never care to be in again. Simply a beautiful, thougt provoking read. I can only recommend it in the highest possible manner.