If you don’t remember who you are, how can you find yourself? This is Peter’s dilemma. Losing himself in the heart of a war zone in Vietnam, he embarks on an amnesiac’s quest to uncover his true identity. Wearing a name which is not his own, he is alarmed when he receives medals for atrocious acts he knows he could never have committed. His search for himself leads to a cave, encrypted writings, a dog named Emmanuel and a mysterious woman. Following what appear to be hallucinations, in a site that cannot be real, he uncovers the mystical woman’s identity, his sister Arranah, a daughter and a schizophrenic wife. Characters from In Ways We Can’t Imagine and Different Fom Me as well as those in this story converge at the cave to activate covenants on hold for thousands of years and help mitigate impending catastrophic earth changes.
The Pacifist’s War Book 2 The St. Germaine Chronicles by V.M. Franck
When Arranah lost her brother, Peter, the Vietnam war was raging. Twenty years later she loses another man she loves more than herself. The St. Germaine Chronicles is the saga of how she gets them back. There are three legs to this journey–Arranah’s, Sheeawna’s and Peter’s.