Ways of War is the first in the series of books that touches on the topic of what has been labeled “mind control”. It is the book that introduces the characters that will move through the series of events over time. The central character is Anna Windsor, a young mother whose life is altered when her husband is called to war. The call to war is the catalyst for everything that follows.
It is a time of turmoil during an era that is now compared to the Iraqi war and the struggle in the Middle East. We had much to learn from a time of not so long ago. Though I don’t think our government is listening or watching. Our history is doomed to repeat itself as we have not learned from it. As you work your way through the book you may find some parallels to the world of today, indicating that though times and values change we will always struggle to learn the lessons of love and respect of life.
While reading you may find that you make a connection with one or many of the characters. We each of us long for love and security. We all wish for happiness as defined by society, not realizing that happiness is ever evading and constantly an arms-length away. This unless we finally realize our happiness is that which comes from within and not without.
Ultimately the story is a continuation of events that unfolds; changing just as the course of history changes. The lives and some events are fiction while the main series of events are historical. There is much in Government that is secret and deceptive, not only in present day events, but those of the past as well.