Robert Lee Davies

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Historical Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
It is D-Day and David MacDonald is about to land on Juno Beach in Normandy, France. From the ride in on the infantry landing craft to the fear and horror encountered on the beach, you will be pulled by the heartstrings and moved by the personal experiences of love and loss. You will be trusted with the most private aspects of humanity as the main character reflects back over the most impressionable moments of the last few years of his young life. As you come to recognize him as being as familiar and real as any other father, brother or son, you will be left with an enlightened sense of understanding and compassion. Captivating romance, accurate and descriptive scenes of combat, and a degree of brutal honesty that will make any reader weep are the ingredients within this new approach to the telling of a story that should never be forgotten.

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Robert Lee Davies

Submitted: June 28, 2013

It is D-Day and David MacDonald is about to land on Juno Beach in Normandy, France. From the ride in on the infantry landing craft to the fear and horror encountered on the beach, you will be pulled by the heartstrings and moved by the personal experiences of love and loss. You will be trusted with the most private aspects of humanity as the main character reflects back over the most impressionable moments of the last few years of his young life. As you come to recognize him as being as familiar and real as any other father, brother or son, you will be left with an enlightened sense of understanding and compassion. Captivating romance, accurate and descriptive scenes of combat, and a degree of brutal honesty that will make any reader weep are the ingredients within this new approach to the telling of a story that should never be forgotten. Read Chapter