Originally Posted by caleb72
Now I'm reading another interesting story in a totally different genre - Pegasus Falling by William E. Thomas. This is part of an historical wartime trilogy by an independent author who unfortunately passed away before his work could be published widely.
I'm about halfway through the book and finding it very readable. I remember someone a while ago looking for a romance from a male perspective. I would put this book on that list.
Well - that was a dramatic finish! I liked this book and wonder where the rest of the trilogy will go. The romance was at times laid on pretty thick and there was a very big lecture in the middle about the state of Palestine after WWII (which was quite interesting to me in any case), but I do think that this novel should appeal to many.
Now - time for a classic. I'm now starting Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness