Free eBook Three into Nine download

by Peter R. Brumlik

Free eBook Three into Nine download ISBN: 1604746890
Author: Peter R. Brumlik
Publisher: PublishAmerica (April 28, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 469
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Size MP3: 1920 mb
Size FLAC: 1491 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Three Into Nine book. This is the story of three men during a nine-year period: 1945 to 1954  .

during the nine years of conflict in French Indochina (1945-1954).

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Peter R. Brumlik, P. Department of History. A veteran of the Vietnam War as well as the theater, Peter is also a historical novelist, including the works Three into Nine and The Pope of Camden Town. Peter R. Brumlik (P. The Johns Hopkins University, 1976, Physiology, . UCCS) practices medicine locally while teaching hugely popular courses for the history department on the Vietnam War, the Holocaust, and Recent . From the 1990s until 2014, Peter Brumlik taught a wide variety of courses at UCCS

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This is the story of three men during a nine-year period: 1945 to 1954. One is an eighteen-year-old boy from New York who missed his chance to participate in WWII and desperately seeks adventure, wanting to leave New York where he is surrounded by his friends who served and came back to glory. The second man of this story is an eighteen-year-old survivor, a Jew from Auschwitz, who returns to his home in Poland to find nothing left. The cold war has begun and he is unable to leave because the Russians have sealed off Poland behind the Iron Curtain. The third character is a German who deserted from the German army just before the war ended. The Legion accepted many ex-Nazis in exchange for service and anonymity. The German becomes a training sergeant at the Legion’s basic training center in North Africa. The three are brought together in the Legion, train together, and are sent to French Indochina (Vietnam). While in Indochina the three witness what colonialism has done to the country and what the French are up against (Ho Chi Minh). The story ends in 1954 at Dien Bien Phu, which was the final battle for the French and where they capitulated.
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Written from the perspective of a three-time Vietnam vet, Three Into Nine traces the experiences of Sal, as he goes forth into the world, finally discovering his innate vocation as a physician and healer. The book concludes with the Battle of Dien Bien Phu, a shocking bloodbath. The author, Peter R. Brumlik, is also a former child actor, playwright, historian, and physician. He teaches courses in history and humanities at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and is currently writing a sequel to Three Into Nine.
Well, I just finished reading 'Three Into Nine' yesterday and I have to say I was thoroughly entertained. The novel was well written and really drew you in to the character development and the diverse environments.

Without giving anything important away, this book is about three different men who lead completely different lives. One is Sal, a New York kid that decides to set out on a life that he is in control of only to find that things do not always turn out the way one might expect. Then there's Avram, a Jew survivor of Auschwitz that is driven by his emotions and a deeper, darker desire. Finally is Jaehne, a German soldier that has no where to go after the fall of Hitler during WWII.

The stories all wind together in surprising ways as these three become non-traditional friends. The French Foreign Legion becomes the center of the story mid-way through the book and the story takes a split again as these three must work together to 'March or Die'.

In the final part of the book, the author goes into great detail about the French presence in Indochina (Vietnam) and the general reaction of the United States and the rest of the world about their taking of needed resources from their 'colony'. Furthermore, the book goes into detail on how incompetence in high ranking officers in the French Army basically destroyed any chance of success in Vietnam.

I don't want to give away any more as the final 100 pages are so important to the conclusion of the story, but the intensity in these pages show that the author knows how to hook you in, grab your attention, get you to care about different characters, and then lets you see how things turn out.

The only small gripe I had about the novel is that the character of Jaehne needed a little more backstory as I never had the same connection with this character as I did with Sal and Avram. Other than that, everything rolled by and was incredibly interesting and on-the-nose about different events about the French occupation of Indochina.

Check it out, you won't be disappointed!
Dr. Mel Weissman, Carnegie Melon University USA (5/7/2008) This is a real page turner! The reader will be intrigued from the very beginning as the author weaves his story of three men from diverse worlds finding themselves in the French Foreign Legion. The circumstances that bring them together are so skillfully drawn that you become a part of their lives, experiencing a myriad of emotions as they journey towards their destiny. I was so pleased to read a book that crafts the English language so skillfully. Language is a gift and responsibility, and Dr. Brumlik proves a real craftsman and guardian of that craft. His characterizations are vivid as well as sensitive. The reader is taken on an odyssey from the streets of New York, to those of post World War II liberation from Auschwitz, to the desert of North Africa, and, ultimately to the jungles of French Indo-China. No reader of history and adventure will be disappointed in picking this book as worthy of purchase.
This book is a must read for anyone who has an intrest in history and how it affects the lives of individuals. The character developement is amazing and you truly do become involved in what happens to each one. As a student I found this book to be very informative, yet not boring like other historical novels. The authors descriptions allow the reader to actually visualize the events taking place in a realistic manner. I could not put the book down and had to keep reading until the conclusion.
I loved this book and plan to re-read it. Having been in Vietnam, this book acurately re-creates the war although in a previous era. The charter developement was outstanding. The book re-created many of my own fantasies. I highly reccomend this book to anyone who loves adventure and history!

Wade Tuckness, Colorado