Enticement Blurb

{Synopsis for the novel "Army Stories Performance Script"}
Free complete download of the novel... www.stoneriley.com/armystories

Dear Reader, what kind of book do you get when an old soldier sits down and writes their book? I'll tell you ...

If you a West Point graduate named U.S. Grant, you get a profitable best-seller book to save your widow from starvation. Have you heard that story?

Or if you a foot-soldier vet participated in a desperate struggle for survival with twelve-foot-long spears, and subject to cavalry attack, and you guys saved your nation from destruction, and you a gent named Socrates, and you sit down to write a book or two, well then you get some wisdom of the ages. And you can read more of that story here. We've got the love story part.

There's a complete free download for free. You just click the link and the whole book file just opens and starts downloading onto your device, with these startling vivid big colored pictures first, the gorgeous front-cover graphic first, and then the astonishing lush back-cover graphic, then you realize after that it's a whole paperback book, more than 200 pages, all just waiting for you to push the page-down button and start reading stories. Free.

And the title page is boss.
Nothing is as you expect.
It is labeled as a novel.

There are a wide variety of stories, with musings and my sore grief for the death of Living Earth, with philosophizing on Shakespeare's most tragic characters, and Shakespeare's actual theory of fart jokes.

It really is a novel, romantic novel. But why are the riddles in there? Riddles?

Well, riddles are excellent exercises for thinking carefully, and the book is meant to be educational in the large way, offering stuff that's good for mind, soul and body, and an honest laugh. The old soldier was a Medical Corpsman and a Chaplain of some sort.

But it is a novel, a romantic novel. Sexual intercourse? Yes obviously there's sexual intercourse, and some of it in ways, I promise you, that you do not expect. But it's all for love and sorrow interweaving into life. And all the least-acceptable sexual words have been replaced with comical euphemistic spellings.

Did I mention Global Warming? Throughout this book it's treated from a variety of interlacing spiritual and philosophic points of view, providing ways for you to look at it. As a novel, the impending death of Living Earth is the prime mover of it, moving all the fiction. That is to say, our struggle for life and love is treated as a mighty struggle. So there's lots of Shakespeare and some science fiction.

There's a longish funny poem that's a forthright open call for sit-down strikes by soldiers sent on stupid military missions.

There's considerable analysis, with illustrating stories, of Natural Human Anarchist Martial Spirit, and thus the ancient struggle between Honest Soldiers and the Mighty Murder Mill, the same mill that is killing Living Earth.

Much of this material is the old Chaplain's first-hand remembrances from Vietnam War onward through Occupy, largely quite unique, with sorely grieving conscience, with artful bold Acts Of Resistance usefully described, and love for one another, all children of Earth, and with balm for grief.

And of course it is a romance novel.

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