NCC Electric Line Construction Instructor Publishes Novel
Jason Land was twenty-seven years old when he slowly lifted his head to carefully peer over the dead body of a “brother”, a twenty-five year old grad student named Larry, who had enlisted in the Army Reserves two years earlier as a means of paying his exorbitant college tuition. Ivy League schools were never meant for those people who had to ask how much the tuition cost was per credit hour. Unfortunately for Larry, that question was paramount, and for him the answer lay in the Army’s tuition reimbursement programs. Jason wondered why the IED exploded the way it did. His sense of logic told him that he should be dead too. His ability to share the feelings of others momentarily struck him to his very core, and he felt a different kind of pain than what his fallen comrade had felt, but a devastating, paralyzing pain nonetheless.