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In The Realm Of Ash And Sorrow by Kenneth W. Harmon Book Information
Author: Kenneth W. Harmon
Genre: WW2 Historical Fiction | Book Set In Japan
Publication Date: August 2020
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In The Realm Of Ash And Sorrow by Kenneth W. Harmon Summary
When bombardier Micah Lund dies on a mission over Hiroshima, his spirit remains trapped in the land of his enemies. Dazed, he follows Kiyomi Oshiro, a war widow struggling to care for her young daughter, Ai. Food is scarce, work at the factory is brutal, and her in-laws treat her like a servant.
Watching Kiyomi and Ai together, Micah reconsiders his intolerance for the people he’d called the enemy. As his concern for the mother and daughter grows, so does his guilt for his part in their suffering.
Micah finds a new reality when Kiyomi and Ai dream—one which allows him to interact with them. While his feelings for Kiyomi deepen, imminent destruction looms. Hiroshima is about to be bombed, and Micah must warn Kiyomi and her daughter. In a place where dreams are real, Micah races against time to save the ones he loves the most.
In the Realm of Ash and Sorrow is a tale about love in its most extraordinary forms—forgiveness, sacrifice, and perseverance against impossible odds.Kenneth Harmon
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More About The Author, Kenneth W. Harmon
Born in CA and retired from the police department, Kenneth W. Harmon has lived all over the United States. He currently resides in Colorado where he writes and enjoys time with his family. Harmon is a member of the Historical Novel Society, Japan-America Society of Colorado, and Historical Writers of America. Read more about Kenneth W. Harmon.
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