Every Shape, Every Shadow: A Novel of Guadalcanal
It is 1942 and the Japanese have overrun Southeast Asia and most of the Pacific islands. They have to be stopped somewhere or Australia could fall. That somewhere is a place called Guadalcanal. Every Shape, Every Shadow is Roger L. Conlee's fictionalized account of one of the epic battles in American history. Guadalcanal was where the Japanese were finally stopped and the Americans could start on the road to Tokyo and victory.
The story is told mostly through the eyes of a frightened, lonely young Marine.
- Author: Roger L. Conlee
- Publication Date: 2004-11-18
- Publisher: Pale Horse Productions
- Product Group: Book
- Manufacturer: Pale Horse Productions
- Binding: Paperback, 267 pages
- Package Dimensions:
- Dimensions: 770L x 500W x 50H
- Weight: 45
- List Price: $13.95
- ISBN: 0971036292
- ASIN: 0971036292