THE UNOPENED LETTER BY RW HERMAN
The Unopened Letter is a coming-of-age story set in the mid-1960s. A period in U.S. history when tensions registered in the "red" zone for 27 million young men. Why? Because if you were between the ages of 18 and 25 and had followed the law to register with the Selective Service System, you were fair game to be drafted. You'd most likely be sent to Southeast Asia to fight in a hugely controversial war. Unlike during previous actions, military service members now not only risked their lives but often found themselves cold-shouldered by their fellow Americans.
This book is a very personal account of a young man who, when he received his letter, decided not to open it, thus shaping his destiny while remaining committed to serving his country--aboard a U.S. Navy ship. It's a story that
will make you laugh, cry, and leave you filled with hope.
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