I Pledge Allegiance
I Pledge Allegiance is a thought provoking novel with a strong moral message. The story sheds light on the hundreds of thousands of forgotten former soldiers that have sacrificed for our country, only to find themselves falling through the cracks of the system. The novel traces the life of one of the many veterans that have become homeless.
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