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"Jason Seeley's War" is centered in the heart of a small American town where two youth are acutely in love, and have been since high-school. Jason and Natalie's love runs with a bendy asset that endures her recovery from a atrocious drug addiction. A very shows potential contestant and student, Jason is welcomed to University, but Natalie won't let him go without extracting a agreement from him to stay faithful to the love of his life. This agree - he meant to keep. But then the Vietnam War happened and Jason was assigned a draft number just beforehand graduation. He knew control agents were about to collect.

Jason was enforced to go anti his nationalistic upbringing because he refused to play a part in a war that he did not support. Now labeled a 'draft dodger' Jason is a renegade in America and for his own security he runs to Canada. Luckily, he stumbles on an underground company that attempts to defend ancestors like him from FBI Agents. Jason in the end begins a new life dream of befitting a description professor through the help of kind friends. However, he fears this new dream will mean leave-taking after all and all he ever loved. Jason is eerie day and night by the cast doubt on 'Will he ever be with Natalie again?'.

I felt that Dean Salter did a brilliant job portraying this aspect of war. How this young man in succession from a war he could not have faith in in, tore families apart. The area was also torn in their perception of this 'criminal' in their midst. New customs, new links - a new life to try to fit into somehow, devoid of the citizens he grew up with befuddled this frightened young man. Disloyalty and grievances conceive miscommunications and a rift amid his ancestors begins that may never be repaired. Strangers along the way plateful in the aptitude they could at that time, never fully realizing their small aide was a rotary point for this young man's journey. This is a side of the story of war that is not often told so eloquently.

ISBN#: 0973066318
Publisher: Still Grazing land Press
Author: Dean Salter

~ Lillian Brummet - Book Critic - Co-author of the book Trash Talk, a guide for a person alarmed about his or her brunt on the atmosphere Biographer of Towards Understanding, a anthology of poetry.
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