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There are beings who amplify the fear and self doubt inside you, controlling your every move. Resist, and they will turn those you trust against you, raising the dead when needed to finish the job. To survive, you must conquer your fear, seek out others like you, and fight.
At the birth of the Vietnam War, Chinny leads an elite unit sent to save a village from annihilation. Kapaow, a villager, knows the beings are behind the threat. As danger mounts, and the team becomes increasingly erratic, can Kapaow reveal the beings' existence before it's too late?
Inspired by the true story of Montagnard villagers, together with American and Australian Special Forces who faced genocide, an undying enemy, and a world that ignored their cries for help.
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The Walk Through the Valley series of novels present little known aspects of history told in an interesting way. Featuring a supernatural twist in every story, it puts you in the driver's seat of an entire world where everyone gets a voice and a chance to be heard. Fall in love with characters, then learn that their struggle was real.
In Walk Through the Valley: The Hill Tribe, we learn about the Montagnards, a people whose limitless happiness rubbed off on even the most war hardened soldiers. We celebrate the good American and Australian soldiers did in the Vietnam War and bring light to efforts toward saving the Montagnards from genocide to this very day.
Become part of a journey. Decend with the characters from the top of their own personal mountains, their places of comfort and complacence. Join them as they stare out into the dark and unknown valley that separates them from who they are truly meant to be. Conquer your fear, seek out other's like you and fight.
Walk Through the Valley.
Author Kephra Rubin has written articles, poetry and novels such as Walk Through the Valley: The Hill Tribe. A longtime fan of Vietnam War movies and Supernatural films, the decision to mix the two genres came as a natural choice. During the research phase, the book took on a life of its own as he interviewed veterans and learned of the little known Montagnard struggle against atrocities, including genocide, that rages on in the hills of Vietnam to this very day. A catharsis was experienced by both the author and the veterans, as painful and horrific truths laid the foundation for his work of fiction. Visit Kephra Rubin at www.walkthroughthevalleynovels.com
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