History and Christian readers alike will find this a particularly engrossing story that doesn’t just peck at the institutions and processes of historical precedent and choice, but ultimately questions the origins of good and evil outcomes, made by individuals who often perceive their actions and consequences as singular occurrences conducted in the name of a greater purpose.

Midwest Book Reviews, Diane D., Senior Reviewer

As the treaty that would officially end the Great War falls into many hands and under many different influences, events unfold that grip families and institutions in a conflux of power plays and dangerous choices. These test the boundaries of good, evil, and human endurance.

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