Valiants Die Many Times...

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AuthorHouse, May 2, 2008 - Fiction - 268 pages
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“It delivers a realistic view from one man’s eyes of the personal events of the Vietnam war and the effect it has on the mind.  It relates to his past and the corresponding existent present as we see his mind slowly develop into the present state.”

 

 

“It is a very strong mental view combat veterans from all wars experience.”

 

 

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“A very gripping story of how one’s past life can unexpectedly effect his future emotions”.

 

 

“Our present emotions and responses to our individual life’s situations are based on our past.  We are what life has evolved us into”.

 

 

Could it be nothing more than Mother Nature’s method of controlling over population?

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About the author (2008)

The author, Henry Torres, was born and raised in the small town of Eagle Lake, TX.  He graduated in 1967 from the old Eagle Lake High School, which no longer stands.  The school's mightly dark red brick and the many memories it held is now gone forever. 

His upbringing and experiences during that era are reflected from his childhood boyish days up through his late teen's determination to serve his country with Honor.  Thus, we have the end result of the combined past that led him to the present. 

'A battle within One's own Mind'.

There is a deep expression reflected that he sees in every person that walks on the face of the earth.  His own mental thoughts that reflect the mentallity of every human being's inner self.

As Henry comments:

"I grew up as a normal kid.  I loved baseball, football, and let's not forget the apple pie.  It was the special experiences that somehow managed to cling to my mind that created the real 'ME'"!     

"My goal for an MBA degree unfortunately changed at that time when I had to devote full time to a job so as to support myself.  It was hard for me to work nearly all night in a bread bakery and attend classes during the day."

"We are what life has evolved us into."

"So... here I am!  Enjoy!"

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