Korean War No Longer the "Forgotten War"

New book by Korean veteran, Edgar Erdman, looks at the still-visible consequences of the Korean War.

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"I think readers will find it interesting because it obviously could be true," says Erdman, who himself has high expectations for mankind.

Bloomington, Ind. (PRWEB) February 17, 2014

"Enlightenment comes from living through all of one’s senses and maintaining an open mind," says author Edgar Erdman in his new book, "Eden Altered- An Odyssey in Double Time" (published by AuthorHouse). Erdman uses personal experiences and education to pen an exciting adventure novel.

"It deals with recent and continuing cultural and social evolutions with current events, their origins and their likely outcomes," says Erdman.

"Eden Altered - An Odyssey in Double Time" is in two parts. The first part (the "Book of Andrew") begins in 1938 and follows a boy named Andrew Engleman through World War II, the Korean and Vietnam Wars and the outbreaks of violence and rise of terrorism in the Middle East. Erdman shows how the Korean War, in which he served, impacted many events of the years following it. The second part (the "Book of Alistair") is entirely futuristic. Erdman hopes to leave the reader with a sense of optimism about the coming years.

"I think readers will find it interesting because it obviously could be true," says Erdman, who himself has high expectations for mankind.

"Eden Altered- An Odyssey in Double Time"
By Edgar Erdman
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 566 pages | ISBN 9781481741682
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 566 pages | ISBN 9781481741705
E-Book | 642 pages | ISBN 9781481741699
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Edgar Erdman was born in Lebanon to American parents who were Presbyterian missionaries. He served and was wounded in the Korean War. After graduating from college with degrees in English literature, he joined the Foreign Service reserve and served in East Africa and the eastern Mediterranean region. He Spent several years with the National Security Agency (NSA) and then several more with the State Department. Early in his career he served at posts in East Africa and the eastern Mediterranean region.

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