The Homecoming

Eggert, David Ludwig

Editorial: Eloquent Books
ISBN 10: 1608607984 / ISBN 13: 9781608607983
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Sinopsis: After Randy Newman is released from a Vietcong POW camp in 1969, The Homecoming that takes place back in America isn't the one he expected. Thrust back to a world he hasn't seen in six years, Randy is confused and begins having hallucinations. At a train station, he sees a poster of a boy and girl on the beach. The girl transforms into Natalie, his first love, and his search begins. Meanwhile, Natalie's life hasn't turned out the way she imagined either. In the years Randy was away in Vietnam, Natalie clings to the hope he will eventually return. But about the time he does set foot back in California, Natalie has just met another man and thinks she's falling in love. As Randy watches war demonstrations and senses the dark mood of the nation, he turns to drink and other women, but Natalie is still in his heart. Not knowing that she is in an abusive relationship, he vows to leave California and start life anew elsewhere - until he and Natalie finally meet face to face. Author David Ludwig Eggert brings us back to the days of California surfer dudes and anti-war demonstrations. Raised in Long Beach, California, he now lives in Washington State. The author of several books, Eggert's own favorite writers are Ian Fleming, James Michener, John Jakes, Steven King, John D. McDonald and Herman Wouk. Author's website: http://www.davidleggertauthor.com/ Publisher's website: http://www.eloquentbooks.com/TheHomecoming.html

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Título: The Homecoming
Editorial: Eloquent Books
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Descripción ELOQUENT BOOKS, United States, 2010. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. After Randy Newman is released from a Vietcong POW camp in 1969, The Homecoming that takes place back in America isn t the one he expected. Thrust back to a world he hasn t seen in six years, Randy is confused and begins having hallucinations. At a train station, he sees a poster of a boy and girl on the beach. The girl transforms into Natalie, his first love, and his search begins. Meanwhile, Natalie s life hasn t turned out the way she imagined either. In the years Randy was away in Vietnam, Natalie clings to the hope he will eventually return. But about the time he does set foot back in California, Natalie has just met another man and thinks she s falling in love. As Randy watches war demonstrations and senses the dark mood of the nation, he turns to drink and other women, but Natalie is still in his heart. Not knowing that she is in an abusive relationship, he vows to leave California and start life anew elsewhere - until he and Natalie finally meet face to face. Author David Ludwig Eggert brings us back to the days of California surfer dudes and anti-war demonstrations. Raised in Long Beach, California, he now lives in Washington State. The author of several books, Eggert s own favorite writers are Ian Fleming, James Michener, John Jakes, Steven King, John D. McDonald and Herman Wouk. Author s website: // Publisher s website: //. Nº de ref. de la librería LIE9781608607983

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