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Along the Watchtower

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Summary

A tragic warrior lost in two worlds... Which one will he choose?

WINNER: Readers' Favorite Book Award – Bronze Medal – Fiction Drama

WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award – Best Literary Fiction

The war in Iraq ended for Freddie when an IED explosion left his mind and body shattered. Once a skilled gamer as well as a capable soldier, he's now a broken warrior, emerging from a medically induced coma to discover he's inhabiting two separate realities.

The first is his waking world of pain, family trials, and remorse—and slow rehabilitation through the tender care of Becky, his physical therapist. The second is a dark fantasy realm of quests, demons, and magic, which Freddie enters when he sleeps. The lines soon blur for Freddie, not just caught between two worlds, but lost within himself.

Is he Lieutenant Freddie Williams, a leader of men, a proud officer in the US Army who has suffered such egregious injury and loss? Or is he Frederick, Prince of Stormwind, who must make sense of his horrific visions in order to save his embattled kingdom from the monstrous Horde, his only solace the beautiful gardener, Rebecca, whose gentle words calm the storms in his soul.

In the conscious world, the severely wounded vet faces a strangely similar and equally perilous mission to that of the prince—a journey along a dark road, haunted by demons of guilt and memory. Can he let patient, loving Becky into his damaged and shuttered heart? It may be his only way back from Hell.

"This is a book that deserves to be read. It is both gritty reality and magical fantasy, and filled with both love and beauty, and ugliness and despair, but ultimately it is a story of healing, of burying the past, finding hope and taking control of the future." ~ Awesome Indies Reviews

Evolved Publishing presents a literary journey exploring the physical and psychological depths of trauma caused by war. [DRM-Free]

Books by David Litwack:

Along the Watchtower The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky The Children of Darkness (The Seekers - Book 1) The Stuff of Stars (The Seekers - Book 2) The Light of Reason (The Seekers - Book 3)

More Great Literary Fiction from Evolved Publishing:

Enfold Me by Steven Greenberg Red Clay, Yellow Grass: A Novel of the 1960s by Richard Barager Behind the Open Walls by Lanette Kauten

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