Today the German version of William Kowalski‘s award winning novel »[az_highlight mode=”color-text”]The Hundred Hearts[/az_highlight]« hit digital (Bastei Entertainment, € 8.49, ISBN 978-3-404-17323-5) and old school (Bastei Lübbe paperback € 9.99, ISBN: 978-3-7325-1499-1) book stores!
Kowalski about his novel: ”[az_highlight mode=”color-text”]The Hundred Hearts[/az_highlight] is not a political book. It’s intended to provide an objective look at how war affects us as a society by examining how it affects one fictitious American family. It took me eight years and countless drafts to get it the way I wanted it. The best comments I’ve received have been from veterans and those who suffer from PTSD, saying that I got it right. I prefer not to say too much more about it here — I’d rather let the book speak for itself.”
»If you ever wondered how the war in Afghanistan (or any war for that matter) changes young men, then read this novel.«
5 stars review on amazon.com by Dan Clark
»Timely, beautifully written, and memorable.«
The Sun Times