The third book of Evan Geilich's WWII trilogy starts on the ever of war and the end of the Great Depression.
Timothy Tighleigh is out shooting jack rabbits in the sage brush of West Texas. Not for sport but to eat. He is hungry.
A few days later he receives a notice from the government of the United States that he has been drafted.
At about the same time, Guillaume Bellechasse is out shooting raccoons from the trees in the deep bayous of Southern Louisiana for a similar reason. His family does not have enough to eat. He receives an identical letter from the US government. It starts out, "Greetings."
Tim and Willie go off to a war in Western Europe with an outcome that neither could have imagined in their most improbable daydreams.
All The Way Home mixes two improbable love stories into a memorable saga of American GIs at war.
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