Monday, June 10, 2013


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In Look Not Unto the Morrow, innocence shattered and ultimate redemption are portrayed against the backdrop of the Vietnam War and the turbulent sixties. The story follows the lives of three young people as they experience love and war. Roger Gaines is the promising young college student, drafted into the army and traumatized by his experiences in basic training and Vietnam. Pam Wentworth is the loving girlfriend he leaves behind, who evolves from naive college student, to political activist, to radical anarchist. Michelle Healy is the young woman Roger meets when he returns home, who loves him unconditionally when can no longer love himself.

“I recommend to anyone with an interest in the Vietnam War era.” – former senator and presidential candidate George McGovern.

Review by Kevin M. Benderman, Iraqi War Veteran, war resister and peace activist.
“I think this book will help show the changes war causes in people. Those who fight them and the people close to them. War affects individuals in ways that are unique to each one. I wish no one else would have to go through those changes….ever again.”

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Robert Fantina is an activist and journalist, working for peace and social justice. While living in the U.S., he actively supported gun control, and opposed the war in Iraq, prior to and following the U.S. invasion of that country. He worked on the John Kerry campaign during the 2004 presidential election, and moved to Canada shortly after that election. While working at NorthwesTel in Whitehorse (Yukon Territory), he wrote 'Desertion and the American Soldier: 1776 - 2006.' He is currently active in supporting the human rights struggles of the Palestinian people.
His new novel, entitled 'Look Not Unto the Morrow,' is a Vietnam-era, anti-war love story. It is available through Whiskey Creek Press.
Mr. Fantina now resides in Kitchener, Ontario.

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