See Ya (via Small Press Reviews)


See Ya Well into Cheryl Kerr's See Ya, we learn that one of the characters "no longer thought of war in terms of countries and what they wanted, either for themselves or those they rolled across. He thought of the people, the little lives that were ground up or changed or ended in the machine of world events." In many ways, this revelation gets at the heart of Kerr's novel. According to one of the endorsements on the book jacket, Kerr has captured "the … Read More