It's been 40 years since the Vietnam War, but South Carolina builder John Porter is still fighting "the enemy" in his mind. Fifty miles away, Lisa Le is trying to connect with her Vietnamese mother. Each is held captive in a private hell---until a modern-day land mine explodes, setting off events that will unite them. 288 pages, softcover from Nelson.
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What in the world?
Date:June 11, 2012
This book should be sold under the genre of fantasy or perhaps Buddhist fiction, but certainly not Christian fiction. A man returning after his death as a fish? This is about as far away as a book could get from one that is labeled Cristian. I am perplexed that Nelson published it.