Nigel Power was born a year before the outbreak of WW2, within 20 miles of central London. He studied mathematics and music at university before following a career in education based in the West Midlands. Retiring in 2005, he relocated to a village in Dorset, where he continues to play the organ in the village church. In March 2020, his wife, for whom he had been her full-time carer for nearly ten years, was admitted to a care home. When the national Covid lockdown began eight days later, Nigel began writing short stories. This book contains the second collection of his stories to be published.
Survivors of War
In Survivors of War, traverse the gripping journey from the streets of England to far-flung battlefields, spanning the years from 1931 to a post-war Christmas in 1949. This emotionally charged narrative grapples with a poignant question: How can one find joy and fulfilment after witnessing the horro...