PRLog - Apr. 6, 2009 - No Victory, No Sting by best-selling author, journalist and veteran Dick Sayers is a moving tribute to the soldiers of the Korean War.Sayers’ novel, based on actual events, gives the reader an intimate glimpse into the lives and minds of the men who left everything for a war that took millions of lives.
No Victory, No Sting
The war between Communism and the West began during the opening salvos at the 38th Parallel in Korea. This stirring and poignant narration envelops the reader—the fear, frustration, and horror of the battleground. His richly detailed characters—the ever-optimistic Scotty, and Tom, the story’s narrator—give voice to the brave men who fought and died during this “forgotten war.”
Read what people are saying about No Victory, No Sting:
“Dick Sayers expresses battlefield emotions, philosophy, esprit d’ corps and ‘the Will to Win’ of ‘The Queen of Battle’ as seen through the eyes of a combat infantryman.”—
“Not since All Quiet on the Western Front has a novelist captured the realism – the brutality and beauty, the loneliness and love, the courage and tenderness – of combat infantrymen embroiled in a long, static trench war. No Victory, No Sting is a superbly written, intensely human novel rich in pathos, irony and brilliant touches of humor, delicately handled. It’s an absorbing, eminently readable book, true to life and true to history. Dick Sayers is a master of dialogue and understatement.”—
You will be drawn into a world where “nights are darker than anywhere else” but camaraderie, loyalty and friendship bring “bright spots in an ugly picture of war and life.” This poignant book expertly captures the senselessness of a war that took and took without victory, and its words and message will stay at the edges of your consciousness long after the final page is turned.
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About the Author:
Dick Sayers is an award-winning journalist with the Claudia Ross Memorial Award and numerous others to his credit. Mr. Sayers is a decorated veteran of World War II and the Korean War, a former county commissioner, and a former public relations director in the public sector. He lives with his family in Cape Coral, Florida.
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