Award-Winning Author, Elissa Gabrielle returns with a soul-stirring, powerful and emotional read that will leave you breathless. USA TODAY names EYE OF THE BEHOLDER a "Must-Read" Romance. Laced with an alluring poetry and jazz backdrop, Gabrielle will tug at both your heartstrings and your political persuasion in the highly-anticipated Eye of the Beholder. "The beauty of Gabrielle's voice is the deep emotional cadence as we enter each character's point of view. In those special worlds, she writes with the talent to keep you immersed so that you can understand and empathize with their motivations and the conflicts that may overwhelm. Skillful and full of artistry, Gabrielle shares a powerful romance worthy of its resolution."
~Michelle Monkou for USA TODAY "Every now and then, God gives a talented artist a gift within their gift, a destiny-creating piece that illuminates so brightly it defies average definition. Elissa Gabrielle has brilliantly weaved a tale that is, simply put, for your eyes and heart to behold."
~William Fredrick Cooper
Award-Winning/Best-Selling Author of Unbreakable
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The true measure of our existence begins with the way we view the world.
“We all carried the smell of dead bodies with us. The bread we ate, the stagnant water we drank… Everything we touched smelled of decomposition due to the fact that the earth surrounding us was packed with dead bodies. The latrines cause major problems. They are completely blocked up and smell terribly. This stench is fought with chlorinated lime and this smell mixes with the battlefield smell of decomposition. Men even wear their gas masks when using the latrines. During the bombardments, everyone who searches for cover in a shell hole, stumbles across slippery, decomposing bodies and has to proceed with smelly hands and smelly clothes, bodies without heads, without legs, shot through the belly, with blown away foreheads, with holes in their chests, hardly recognisable flab’s, pale and dirty in the thick yellow brown mud, which covers the battle field.
There is nothing as tiring as the continuous, enormous bombardment as we have lived through, last night, at the front. The night is disturbed by light as clear as if it were day. The earth moves and shakes like jelly. And the men who are still at the frontline, cannot hear anything but the drumfire, the moaning of wounded friends, the screams of hurt horses, the wild pounding of their own hearts, hour after hour, day after day, night after night....".......... by an Unknown German Officer, Verdun, France, 1916 #WorldWarOne#1916#relicsofwar
................. “Le Mort Homme - #DeadMansHill#modernwarhistory