Synopses & Reviews
'They say that when you meet the love of your life for the first time, all time stops, well ... it certainly did for me.'
For James Wayne, orphan, meeting May, his future fiancee and the girl whose '... eyes were like the ocean; just as calm, just as peaceful' is the most important moment in his life. But when that much store is set on another what might happen should that relationship break down?
In Life and Death of a Foot Soldier Graham Armstrong enters the mind of James exploring his defiance in the face of loss using prose as beautiful as the theme itself. 'The soft summer night's breeze surfed through her blonde locks.'
For those interested in unorthodox fiction Life and Death of a Foot Soldier will be a very interesting read.