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Falling somewhere between an autobiography and a memoir, this novel is Jaques Warryn's story; a life of sacrifice by a man who received two highly prestigious national awards after returning from Indo- China in 1968. Jacques looks back to an eventful life which has proved to be altogether successful, even though it had a poor beginning. He was separated from his family at the tender age of seven and raised on a farm, in southern France, where he was destined to become a lowly farm hand. At the age of 20, he took the life-changing decision to join the French troops led by General Gaulle on their adventures in French Indochina. He returned to France with his wife three decades; the contempt reserved for the "returnees" from Indochina. In this rich and interesting narrative, Jacques takes the reader through the emotionally stirring moments of bravado, heroism and pain that make this book a no-put-downer. While Jacques is writing the final words, a twist emerges that sums up this beautiful story.
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