The Illumination: A Novel of the Great War (With New Introduction; Book and Additional Content)
Re-Released with new Introduction, the original novel, and additional content.
On the Western Front in 1918, during what was to have been the “war to end all wars,” three people meet at an Allied camp near Amiens. One English, one American, and one Irish, they forge a friendship which transcends nationality, surviving the harrowing nature of a war which would devastate an entire generation. What happens during those weeks and in its aftermath will shape not only the world, but also the lives of those who experienced it, demonstrating the truth inherent in all war, and that as soldiers of every age have experienced, war is not only fought without but within, and the macrocosm of a world in conflict also reflects an intrinsic war where each man and woman must find his and her own sense of peace.
Release: Memorial Day, 2019.
All orders will ship following release. Pre-orders will be signed by the author and include free shipping.
Interview with author, K.J. Wetherholt, about the book and it's significance: http://www.kjwetherholt.com/kj-wetherholt-aftermath-interview.html
Note: A portion of proceeds will go to grants and other projects examining the impact of modern war.