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A powerful novel about innocence and guilt, atonement and healing, friendship and betrayal, Trinity Fields maps the landscape of the American soul. Kip and Brice were best friends, born on the same day in 1944 in Los Alamos, New Mexico, the most secret place on earth. Sons of men who engineered the atom bomb, they play macabre games as children, tempting the fate that looms over their closed community. As they come of age in the mid-60s, Brice is drawn into antiwar activism, while Kip disappears into Vietnam and ultimately into the secret war in Laos-leaving Brice to marry Jessica, the woman they both love. Twenty-five years later, Kip returns, a ghost soldier come, perhaps, to reclaim what was lost.
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Grouped Work ID 406a782d-c932-6549-e7af-eb12981db42b
full_title trinity fields
author morrow bradford
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display_description Two Los Alamos boys forge a friendship in the shadow of their parents' history-changing work developing nuclear weapons In many ways, Los Alamos is an ideal place for best friends Brice McCarthy and Kip Calder to grow up. There's wilderness to explore; brilliant and fascinating people, including their own parents and neighbors; and a booming wartime economy. Still, the town was built for one purpose: to manufacture a weapon capable of total annihilation. As the two boys grow and the United States enters the Vietnam War, the psychic fallout of their parents' deeds pushes Brice and Kip toward opposite sides in the conflict-one, a soldier; the other, an antiwar activist-even as they come to love the same woman. Trinity Fields is a sweeping saga of American life in the atomic age that brilliantly illuminates the soul of a nation.
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subject_facet Electronic books, Friendship -- Fiction, New Mexico -- Fiction
title_display Trinity fields
title_full Trinity fields / Bradford Morrow, Trinity fields [electronic resource] / Bradford Morrow
title_short Trinity fields
topic_facet Electronic books, Friendship