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Lone Soldier: A Novel - Leo Rozmaryn
Lone Soldier: A Novel
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Lone Soldier brings alive the shifting motivations and allegiances of larger- than-life characters during the early 1970s, some of the most significant years in the history of Israel and the United States. In the spirit of Herman Wouk's novel, The Winds of War, Lone Soldier is part military... show more
Lone Soldier brings alive the shifting motivations and allegiances of larger- than-life characters during the early 1970s, some of the most significant years in the history of Israel and the United States. In the spirit of Herman Wouk's novel, The Winds of War, Lone Soldier is part military thriller, mistaken identity and complicated star-crossed love story. Fast-paced action is paired with meticulously researched historical events. Lone Soldier features a mixture of real and fictional characters to create a sprawling epic of the tensions between Israel and the U.S. and between a range of social classes in a time of love and war. What emerges is the portrait of one man in particular, Arik Meir, a hero for his time - and for all time
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780692040188 (0692040188)
Publisher: Self
Pages no: 626
Edition language: English
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3.5 Lone Soldier
Airk Meir is a young Jewish man growing up in Los Angeles in the 1970's. Arik does not really participate much in his faith except for hearing about the stories his father, a disabled war veteran, tells him of being in the Israeli Army. Arik becomes a pillar of his faith after a heroic act and dec...
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