War: A Novel

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Arcade Pub., 2008 - Fiction - 231 pages
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The soldier is alone. He doesn't know where he is or how he got here. All he does know is that he is at war. But who is the enemy? Who is this army of strangers? Surrounded by a ruined city, without a compass to guide him or a clear mission to fulfill, the soldier must rely on what he has left to survive. Using only memory, his warrior's skills, and his own, suddenly fierce humanity, he will construct a map to lead him toward what he desperately hopes will be his escape . . . but could just as easily mean his end. WAR is the story of one man's journey deep into the heart of violence, and even deeper into his own soul. It is an indelible story for our time.

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A nameless soldier traverses the destroyed "unlandscape" of an unidentified war, and the mine-strewn territories of his own memory, in the industrious screenwriter-director's third novel (Famine, 1997 ... Read full review

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A nameless and alienated young man is forcibly conscripted into the military and sent to fight a war being waged in an unknown country for unexplained reasons against an unseen and uncertain enemy ... Read full review


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Komarnicki is a novelist, playwright, screenwriter, and filmmaker.

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