Does the world really need another book about the “greatest generation?” When it’s this one, “Yes, absolutely.” Two reasons why: 1) Letters Lost Then Found – more than any Hollywood film, TV show or book this Baby Boomer has ever seen – provides an accurate and realistic picture of what life was really like back in the day when America’s citizens did something more than slap a yellow ribbon-shaped magnet on the back of the car to “Support our Troops.” 2) These wartime letters were written by two brothers who clearly loved each other. Yes, I’m a sucker for a good love story. I couldn’t put this Bromance down. Thank you, Amy L. Johnson, for salvaging this half-century-old conversation and using your considerable graphic design talent to make it engaging and relevant.
LETTERS lost then found by author Amy Johnson
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Does the world really need another book about the “greatest generation?” When it’s this one, “Yes, absolutely.”