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Beyond the Battlefield: A Message from the Fallen Paperback – February 18, 2012
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About the Author
Ken is a Vietnam ERA Navy veteran who did not see combat during that war but was close enough to understand the conflicts that still remain and is passionately against any war. He retired from programming in December of 2008 and finally living his lifelong dream of writing. He lives with his wife, Sandy, in Sedona AZ.
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The author offers a story about war, death, life after death, and the spiritual values of this world. I found it both uplifting and confirming. The outcome of the book was no surprise to this reader, and I so appreciated the interwoven stories which carried the reader to it's ultimate ending... a gently provocative reminder of the futility of war and the infinite possibilities of life after death.
Author of Transcending Divorce: A Guide for Personal Growth and Transformation and Freedom From Abuse: Finding Yourself Again[..]
It's a well-told story that unfolds with a growing sense of mystery. The interaction between Nancy Savard and Chaplain Kirkland was a central part of the story. Ironically, it was the cleric who had the most difficulty accepting what he saw with his own eyes, going deeper and deeper into denial of the observed facts, while Savard gradually came to accept the truth.
The outcome was not really a surprise, and I don't believe it was meant to be. As the number of "ghost" appearances steadily increased, the significance of the phenomenon gradually dawned on me. In the end, the author managed to leave a powerful message without beating the reader over the head with it.
I have to say a word about editing. There were too many misspellings, missing words, and other errors that an editor or proofreader should have found and corrected. These were not serious enough to be distracting, but it was disappointing to see so many.
I believe that Beyond the Battlefield is the author's first published novel. He's off to a fine start.