Humbled and grateful for the wonderful response to A Marine’s Daughter… I feel compelled to share a few…
William Richardson rated this FIVE STARS on Goodreads!
I had the privilege of meeting the author Al Hague at an author event at my local book store, The Blue Umbrella Book Store in Westfield Mass. The book was given to me by the store owner and my good friend Russell Atwood
This was an amazing book and it opened my eyes to a lot of what Veterans go through. I knew that the Viet Nam veterans were not looked upon as veterans of other wars were. I did not know the awful effects that Agent orange has on those veterans who had come in contact with it
This book has characters so real you want to meet them. This story is heartwarming and has flashbacks to the war. If you’re human you will need some Kleenex on hand
July 9, 2019Format: HardcoverFormat: Hardcover
This compelling and remarkable story, “A Marine’s Daughter,” by Al Hague provides powerful insights into the everyday struggles and healing processes that so many veterans returning from war are forced to face.
Breaking the long years of suffering in silence, the invisible
Bridging together life experiences between a Vietnam Veteran / Father and his adult daughter Sara who has grown to become a prominent successful lawyer with an unfolding life of her own.
This incredible bond of love between the Sargeant and his daughter is genuinely heartfelt throughout the entire story. Their endearing relationship ultimately becomes the catalyst of support for Sgt. Milo’s healing process to begin.
Reliving the history embedded in his mind, the author’s courageous, authentic voice speaks volumes of compelling truths that deliver the poignant travesties of war to the hearts of so many veterans returning home.
Told from the heart and soul, this awe-inspiring powerfully moving and riveting tale is one of those books that you will not be able to put down. It will touch the lives of all who read it, especially those young men and women who have bravely served this country.
A Special Note of Hugs and Healing to all those Vietnam Veterans who have proudly served this nation and were not given the recognition they so deserved.
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