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Jarred's Hill

eBook (PDF), 162 Pages
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My name is Ronald L Bryson, I am married to a wonderful lady named Debra, I have 2 children Sonya Michelle and Timothy Wayne I recieved my inspiration for my story from the time I was in the military, I was also stationed in Alaska. I have 1 other book on the market it is called "The Battle Within" it is about poetry. Jarred's Hill is a story about a soldier from Tennessee. Jarred is a special forces soldier stationed in Alaska. The story is centered around the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001, although a fiction the story is meant to bring the reader in as he follows Jarred and watches as he deals with the emotions of leaving home, falling in love and deployment, the biggest struggle he must face is holding on to his faith in God as he takes another human's life. I hope as you read this book you will find yourself fighting along side him and his fellow soldiers as they travel deep in the mountains of Afghanistan. And remember to give ones life in defense of... More > freedom is the greatest honor< Less
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Product Details

Edition
1st Edition
Publisher
www.lulu.com
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
162
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.23 MB

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