And remember a forgotten war.
This Saturday, marks the 61st anniversary of the start of the Korean War. One of the reasons why I wrote this novel was that I wanted to remember this forgotten war (a theme which runs through the book) as well as honor all those who fought in the conflict and those who did not come back home.
War Remains is more than just a story about the Korean War, though. It could be about any war and the longing that service members have for home and their loved ones. What makes this story significant is that it is about how one young man, Michael Washkowiak learns about the war and what his grandfather went through during the opening months of the war.
I wonder how many of us have also come across war mementos from an uncle, older brother, father, or grandfather and wondered what they did and how they survived, or if they died on some foreign battlefield, perhaps some sense of closure.
That’s why I believe this story is a good one.
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