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After forty years of torture, could there be hope for six forgotten POWs? Vietnam, 1970The GIs knew fighting was out of the question. They surrendered reluctantly, knowing they would face hardship and torture, perhaps even death.Vietnam, 2010They resembled the walking dead, each awaiting his final demise. They no longer had the strength to attempt an escape.The DecisionLe, After forty years of torture, could there be hope for six forgotten POWs? Vietnam, 1970The GIs knew fighting was out of the question. They surrendered reluctantly, knowing they would face hardship and torture, perhaps even death.Vietnam, 2010They resembled the walking dead, each awaiting his final demise. They no longer had the strength to attempt an escape.The DecisionLe, the Vietnamese prison guard, was well aware of the risks. One small mistake and all would fail. The consequences would be devastating. The Evil TyrantGeneral Yo emerged from the vehicle and confronted them. His cocky, arrogant face proudly displayed his victory.Their Love He rose to face his sweetheart, Wendy. Through muffled sobs, she cried, "You come back to me; you are the love of my life." Their FaithFaith once was in God, but that time passed many years ago for most of the soldiers. They felt their unanswered prayers meant that God had given up on them. Did even He abandon them? Righteous Rescue is a gripping account of sacrifice and patriotism, responsibility and conviction. Rothdiener skillfully captures the memories of an unpopular war, and the hope of bringing together a nation forty years later.


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After forty years of torture, could there be hope for six forgotten POWs? Vietnam, 1970The GIs knew fighting was out of the question. They surrendered reluctantly, knowing they would face hardship and torture, perhaps even death.Vietnam, 2010They resembled the walking dead, each awaiting his final demise. They no longer had the strength to attempt an escape.The DecisionLe, After forty years of torture, could there be hope for six forgotten POWs? Vietnam, 1970The GIs knew fighting was out of the question. They surrendered reluctantly, knowing they would face hardship and torture, perhaps even death.Vietnam, 2010They resembled the walking dead, each awaiting his final demise. They no longer had the strength to attempt an escape.The DecisionLe, the Vietnamese prison guard, was well aware of the risks. One small mistake and all would fail. The consequences would be devastating. The Evil TyrantGeneral Yo emerged from the vehicle and confronted them. His cocky, arrogant face proudly displayed his victory.Their Love He rose to face his sweetheart, Wendy. Through muffled sobs, she cried, "You come back to me; you are the love of my life." Their FaithFaith once was in God, but that time passed many years ago for most of the soldiers. They felt their unanswered prayers meant that God had given up on them. Did even He abandon them? Righteous Rescue is a gripping account of sacrifice and patriotism, responsibility and conviction. Rothdiener skillfully captures the memories of an unpopular war, and the hope of bringing together a nation forty years later.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Zenia Rene

    Great storyline, wonderfully told. Looking forward to reading more from this author.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lakyn

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