W.P. Osborn's Debut Novel ‘The Remnants’ Weaves a Perfect Balance Between Love and War.

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‘The Remnants’ is a work of fiction that is rooted in a true story and its release is timed to mark the 100th anniversary of WW1.

'The Remnants' by W. P. Osborn

While ‘The Remnants’ is a work of fiction, it is rooted in the true narrative of Paul’s grandparents who overcame a multitude of trials to escape the class tyranny of Edwardian England and find their way freedom.

Author W.P. (Paul) Osborn loved to hear his grandfather’s incredible stories about his experiences during The Great War. While ‘The Remnants’ is a work of fiction, it is rooted in the true narrative of Paul’s grandparents who overcame a multitude of trials to escape the class tyranny of Edwardian England and find their way freedom.

“I have carried this amazing story with me and was determined to one day share it with others,” says author W.P. Osborn, “And what better time to share it than the 100th anniversary of World War One.”

Now available as an ebook, ‘The Remnants’ spans four continents and is told through the lives of two young lovers. It's a story of passion, betrayal, joy, despair and quiet redemption - the story of enduring human spirit amid the agony and chaos of war.

Published by eBookIt.com ,‘The Remnants’ is now available through Amazon.com, Apple’s iBookstore, Kobo, BN.com, and Google Play.

A portion of the proceeds of ‘The Remnants’ will be donated to True Patriot Love Foundation– a charity in support of Canadian Military Families.

About W.P. (Paul) Osborn:
Paul was raised in a military family and during his formative years he lived on bases all across Canada. He knows first hand the challenges and sacrifices that families face when they devote their lives to the service of their country.

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CONTACT: Mary-Jo Osborn
Osborn.maryjo(at)gmail(dot)com
647 227-4069

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