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A self-described painter who writes, William Wharton is the pen name for the author of two memoirs—Houseboat on the Seine and Ever After—as well as eight novels—Birdy, Dad, A Midnight Clear, Scumbler, Pride, Tidings, Franky Furbo, and Last Lovers. His works have been acclaimed worldwide and have been translated into over fifteen languages.
This is a powerful memoir of William Wharton's World War II experiences. I appreciate anyone who has the courage to talk about terrible things he or she would prefer be forgotten. Read morePublished 15 months ago by N. B. Kennedy
Great read. Highly recommended. Shows different side of the greatest generation myth. Wish it was longer, but it is well worth the time.Published 17 months ago by j pastor
I served in the Army shortly after Wharton did - never in combat, but I knew many guys who were, and in the same areas. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Boyd L. Peyton