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War in the Wasteland, by Douglas Bond
A back story of pre-Christian CS Lewis, a literate atheist arguing against God in the trenches of World War 1
In 1917, Nigel Hopkins finds himself in the trenches of World War 1 under the command young teenage atheist 2/Lt C.S Lewis. These young men were soldiers for King and Country which was part of the last volunteer army in Europe. Lewis struggles with his spirituality as he opposed faith and then slowly began to be drawn to Christ. Elsie Fleming is an underage support personel for the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps working at the field hospital in Etaples. Her idealistic view of the war is challenged when she encounters broken men who return from the front line and the many who never return.
Number of Pages: 282
Vendor: Inkblots Press
Publication Date: 2016
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