By Antonio Sacchetta

This novel chronicles the adventure of major personality via WWII and its aftermath. looking for closure, and maybe redemption, he and his more youthful brother embark on a trip again in time. they can reconnect with misplaced neighbors and revisit their painful stories of a merciless and punishing war.

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