A.J. Freda’s New Book ‘The Canal’ is a Fresh Story About How a Novice Monk in Pre-War Japan Became a Celebrated Hero

A.J. Freda, a retired army veteran who served on the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, has completed his new book “The Canal,” which follows one man’s journey from a monk to a celebrated war hero.
A.J. writes, “Set in pre war Japan and the days of World War II. A simple Japanese boy takes the form of a novice monk in order to get an education. Follow him as he progresses from novice monk to a graduate of the naval academy at Etajima. A brilliant officer who leads an important mission to destroy the locks of the Panama Canal and become Japan’s most celebrated hero, and a true humanitarian.”
Published by Newman Springs Publishing, A.J. Freda’s book the Second World War in detail.
Readers who wish to experience this rich historical volume can purchase “The Canal” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
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