Just wanted to let my friends know of a new book called ‘The God’s of War’, written by a close friend of mine, Peter Jessop. I really want you to check it out when you get a chance. Peter has created a superb novel centred around one man’s loss of memory, and in which his battle scenes are so vividly described the reader can almost smell the stench of death and bloodshed. John Fawcett – the Soldier, the Warrior – is a man haunted by visions in his head and unsure of his real identity. As countless scenes infiltrate his psyche he fears for his sanity: is he merely conjuring up fantasies from things he has heard about in the past, or are the names and visions flashing in and out of his mind like a cinema reel a regression into past lives where he was at the mercy of the Gods, or is he simply suffering from delusion caused by the horrors he has so recently witnessed.
Although the basic plot involves a modern theme of saving the world from a future war, this book is uniquely different. Splendidly written it grips the reader, both male and female, and enthrals from the very first page to the surprising and most satisfactory ending. Following is a link to Amazon and a publishing site for details on the book.
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