The following are excerpts from reviews of the memoir, Fighting for Delphine, written by Lee Burtman, based on the memories of Ken Krueger. For more information or to order your own copy, visit Moonglade Media’s website at: http://moonglademedia.com/
“…an exceptional story of love, faith and the power of the past. The amount of detail, particularly during the War years is extraordinary and really places the reader back in time. It will engage your emotions and pull you into the life of this World War II soldier.”
–Scott Noble, President, Noble Creative
“…a brilliant, compelling and deeply inspirational account of war-torn Europe. War is waged not only on land, but also in a soldier’s heart and soul. The book forges through one man’s private battle between hope and despair as the reader is brought into experiences exposing the human spirit’s journey of faith, courage and perseverance.”
“…an entertaining, honest and deeply personal book of a soldier’s actual journey through the thick and thin of life. This is a super story of a man’s emotional highs and lows… with enough sacrifices, disappointments and close calls to fill a lifetime. Fighting For Delphine offers hope that difficulties cannot overwhelm us when we have God’s perspective on this life and the life to come–we will always emerge victorious!”
–Dan Munson,D.Min;LMFT, Family Innovations, Inc.
“Ken’s memories of the personal and historic events he was a part of are clear and vivid. Not a glamorized, movie version of the war; the account of the everyday triumphs and struggles he faced is as real and down-to-earth as it gets. I could easily picture what this young soldier was experiencing and was reminded of similar stories my own father told about his WWII service.
— Jan Lester–Campbell County History News