"Solidarity" - 1960s America Separates 5 Teens as War Explodes in Vietnam
Andre Wallace's Dramatic Novel Follows the Lives of 5 Diverse Friends
By: Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
These fab five have grown up to become the best of friends, representing different races, genders, and social backgrounds. But their simple lives in rural Indiana are about to be changed by world events beyond their control, forcing the circle of teens to grow up quickly.
Lee Thompson, the only black member of the group, has fallen in love with another member, Julie Walker, a white girl whom he's grown the closest to, secretly hiding it from his parents. Upon finding out that he's been drafted into the army, he's forced to leave his new girlfriend, unsure if he'll make it back alive. Meanwhile the rest of the gang encounter their own dramatic trials, from attending college, working for a known mobster, and getting involved in Chicago's Democratic National Convention riot, leaving physical and mental scars on all of them for life.
Taking an introspective look at what they have become and what they still mean to each other, Solidarity takes a realistic look at the bravery, selflessness, and love these young men and women display for one another in the history of those trying times.
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About the Author: Born and raised in Monterey, California, Andre Wallace is inspired to write by the people he meets and the oldies music he loves. This is his third book. "My next book will be about the origins of the five teens from 'Solidarity' and how they all met."
"Five teens must grow up quickly when war and other dramas play havoc with their lives. We are pleased to be the publisher," said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
SOLIDARITY (ISBN: 978-1-950015-