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In SEE YA lives are often stories not yet written down. Not always ended either, which can fuse the living and the telling into a path not always clear. Especially when the story starts in 1944 and flows into 1996, weaving the characters in and out across those years without knowing one another. This story traces surviving the distance and death that war can bring to bothIn SEE YA lives are often stories not yet written down. Not always ended either, which can fuse the living and the telling into a path not always clear. Especially when the story starts in 1944 and flows into 1996, weaving the characters in and out across those years without knowing one another. This story traces surviving the distance and death that war can bring to both soldiers and family. The resolution comes in the searching for who those loved ones really are when unknown events unfold and mark them. SEE YA was a finalist in the 2010 Military Fiction category of the Indie Awards and celebrated in a strong Small Press Review in June 2010, as well. Backcover comments of "the author caught the essence of war," "a powerful story, a wonderful book," and "there is a depth and beauty in the prose, taking the reader into unknown times and places, making them as real as the chair they are sitting in" are a sampling of readers' deep response to this book. We invite you to come and see!...

Title : See YA
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ISBN : 9780615279695
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 242 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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See YA Reviews

  • Katharine Kimbriel
    2018-11-09 20:06

    This beautiful little book is about fathers, daughters and sons, about military families, about balancing the letter of laws and moral law. This is a story about love, regret and atonement. It's a mystery and a family saga, a trip through time and space, taking us from the modern day back to World War Two. It's a novel about choices, about being afraid to face the truth -- and about closing a door, for good or ill, and moving on.It's a story about hope, and the power of love carried past death.I've already read it several times. If any of these things strikes a chord with you, I highly recommend See Ya. It's beautifully written, and belongs on your shelf. I can't begin to choose a passage to quote -- it's woven like a summer haze, a dream you will wake reluctantly from. Give it a try. I don't think you'll regret the journey.

  • Cheryl
    2018-11-13 19:41

    This is my first novel, just out!! The comments and radio interviews have been really positive. The most often comment is " I can't put it down."I'm excited readers like it.

  • Ann Tonks
    2018-11-14 13:51

    I read this because I met the author and although I admire her attempt to tell this story of war and families and enemies, it's not quite my preference in terms of literature.