Bloomington, IN (PRWEB) October 19, 2004
Authorhouse TM has released When Eagles Die, the sequel to the award-winning historical novel about AndersÂ Army, The Brief Sun. This new historical novel spans three generations from the Eastern Front in World War I through the Siberian gulags and the battlefields of Second World War to the present; Coach Joe Bartkowski stuns the basketball world when he leads a small college team to the national championships. Now sought after by major universities, Joe finds his career threatened by unexplained anxiety and panic attacks. Is it a midlife crisis as his therapist claims, or does the answer lie in his familyÂs history? When Eagles Die embraces JoeÂs painful search for the truth, his unexpected discoveries about himself, and the very nature of the human mind.
ÂI am pleased the project has finally been completed,Â says author Robert Ambros. ÂInterest in The Brief Sun just increases with time and I hope I have done it justice with this sequel. And by the way, although itÂs a sequel, When Eagles Die is not a continuation; it has its own premise and characters with their own problems.Â When asked about the storyline, Ambros replied: Âthe work was inspired by the growing body of evidence that posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can significantly influence the offspring of the sufferers. Unfortunately, this phenomenon is not widely known by either the public or mental health care workers and many people suffer silently unaware of what ails them.Â
Robert AmbrosÂ first novel, The Brief Sun, won the 10th Annual International WriterÂs Digest Award for best genre fiction.
Authorhouse partners with Ingram, a leading book distributor. When Eagles Die is available at 25,000 booksellers and on popular websites such as amazon.com and bn.com. When Eagles Die can also be directly purchased from the publisher at authorhouse.com. For additional information, please visit http://www.RobertAmbros.com.
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When Eagles Die
By Robert Ambros
Publication Date: 10/2004
Hardcover ISBN: 1418489875, 248 pages
Paperback ISBN: 1418489883, 248 pages
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