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His Truth Is Marching On: A World War II…

His Truth Is Marching On: A World War II Novel

by Robert Vaughan

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As a student at Litchfield College, Dewey Bradley wants nothing more than to graduate, marry his girlfriend Unity, and become pastor of a church. But when war breaks out, Dewey-impassioned by the atrocities of the Nazis-drops out of school to enlist as an infantryman. Meanwhile, Gunter Reinhardt is forced to leave engineering school and join the German army. The two unknowingly cross paths as enemies on several occasions. While Dewey's heart is hardened by the brutality of war, Gunter becomes disillusioned with Hitler and his country, vowing his allegiance only to the men in his company. In a critical moment, Dewey and Gunter come face-to-face. One will choose to spare the life of the other, and in doing so, will ultimately spare his own soul. With painstaking historical accuracy, Robert Vaughan weaves a story of intrigue and passion, offering readers a suspenseful glimpse into WWII-from both a military and human experience.… (more)



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Not the best I've read, but readable. He had some very important things to say about the effects of war on a man's psyche. My complaint is that the characters were not well developed while much non-essential information was included. ( )
  MrsLee | Nov 11, 2006 |
Not quite as good as "Touch the Face of God." The ending seems quite rushed as though Vaughan had to meet a publishing deadline. The spiritual climax isn't the most convincing and could use more jusitfaction for it's precipitation. Just as with "Face of God" I like the flashback approach of the plot. It was refreshing to be in the underpublished North Africa setting. ( )
  lwalters | Jul 17, 2006 |
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