Victor Love pushes for 'The End of War'
According to the author, the book is a story of life. That man will choose life rather than war. The book features Boris Andre, a man who opened himself to the great suffering of mankind, and Art, who took others eating paella-dancing on the sidewalk-on a fascinating journey of imagination.
The book is the author's way to explore the theme of peace as it has been an object of discussions for a long time, and literature is an important way to promote it.
An excerpt from the book:
When I was gentle and kind - when I gave of myself and all that I was, I was scorned and ridiculed. When I loved and lived trusting all, even though I knew I was being abused, I was called a fool. And now that I have carved out my own selfish world and learned to hate - you call me a great man. Now that I have learned to not be concerned with means, but only with ends - now that I have used, rather being used, you sit there and wish to present to me the world's highest artistic award in literature.
"The End of War"
By Victor Love
Hardcover | 6x9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781546281641
Softcover | 6x9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781546281634
E-Book | 108 pages | ISBN 9781546281627
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Victor Love was educated at five leading Canadian universities as well as involvement with the University of Heidelberg law faculty during the Chicago seven trials in America. He also attended the University of Madrid. He is a medically retired United States marine. He has been disabled most of his life. He is now 70 years old and lives as a man of letters in Southern California.
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