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Cold War Immigration, The Reagan Years And Immigration Today - David Michael Palladino's 'Quest For Freedom' Provides A Stunning Look At Immigration

2017-01-04 Print
 

David Michael Palladino writes inspirational fiction for young readers. His works teach important ideals and values. He utilizes engaging works of fiction to accomplish that goal

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The subject of immigration is one of the hottest political issues today. On one side are those who want to build walls and fences, require stringent background checks and deport illegal aliens. On the other side are those who would open the doors wide. Why such a disconnect today? Who is correct?

Both sides are right.

The real question is not whether immigration is good for the country or bad for the country. The real question is the intent of the immigrant. It is a subtle point, and one that is very easy to miss.

Immigration and defection to the USA used to be about people's desire to live in freedom, escape repression, and the aspiration to improve the lives of themselves and their families. For some immigrants, that is still true today. But there are others whose only desire is to qualify for handouts or to perhaps accomplish a terrorist agenda.

“I wrote Book I, ‘Quest for Freedom’ in dedication to the great President Ronald Reagan and to those who were his children; the U.S. Special Operations personnel of 1980 through 1988," Palladino stated. "He loved us and we loved him back.

"I’ve written Book II, ‘Western Odyssey’ in dedication to all of those who, in 2016, have taken action and elected a new president who may give us, as a nation, one last surge to greatness. Here's to one more chance. May we never again take it for granted.”

David Michael Palladino, author of 'Quest for Freedom', writes inspirational fiction for young people. He teaches, through his works of fiction, important ideals and values. As a former U.S. Army Ranger, former High School Phys-Ed & Health Teacher and Coach, and founder of “Palladino Martial Arts”, he understands the significance of instilling these all-important ideals and values in young people. 'Quest for Freedom' helps communicate freedom's true meaning to a younger audience. For this reason it will appeal to parents, grandparents and educators and those who are old enough to remember what America used to be. Palladino deftly paints a picture of America as she really was during the Cold War. He shows us clearly why American freedom and American values held such appeal for many oppressed people in other parts of the world.

'Adriana Corderu - Quest for Freedom' is the first book in the series. During the first Cold War the world revolved around the conflict between the theologies of communism and democracy. The two main protagonists in this conflict were the United States in the West, and the Soviet Union in the East. As Eastern Bloc leaders began to tighten restrictions in the lives of their people, commensurate with their increase in power, there began to emerge, in the East, a group of young people, hard and idealistic, adventurous and courageous. These would become the heroes of the movement of their time. These were the brave young souls who, with inspiration from President Reagan, began to break down the Iron Curtain. The escape from Soviet Communism and the quest for freedom is the theme of 'Quest for Freedom'. Set in the Cold War era, the book is the engaging story of Adriana Corderu and her quest to obtain freedom by escaping the Iron Curtain.

'Adriana Corderu - Western Odyssey' continues where the first book in the series left off. In the second book, readers will come to know a whole new cast of characters as Adriana continues her journey as she experiences the refugee camps of Italy and comes to know Italian culture with a new family even while under the yoke of the Romanian Securitate, which is still trying to abduct her and bring her back to Eastern Europe. Readers will go with her into the cauldron that was New York City where the only safe place to be was where the Italian Cosa Nostra ruled and will then experience the wonder of the Laurel Highlands of Southwestern Pennsylvania and the rugged big-hearted people who live there.

Adriana experiences heartbreaking loss and the wonders of new love. Readers can learn with her as she remembers her sister’s revelations about America’s regular military, to include units like the 82nd Airborne Division, the 1st Cavalry Division, and the 101st Air Cavalry Screaming Eagles. Readers can then witness the heat of her emotions when she, for the first time comes into contact with men of the US Army Ranger Battalions. Adriana comes to know these hard men and learns from them of the dramatic differences and contrasts between the US regular military and the units of the US Special Operations Command and Joint Special Operations Command. Readers will be fascinated with units such as the Army Rangers and Green Berets, the Navy SEALS, and other units that make up the US Special Operations Division to include units from the Air Force and Marines. Readers will learn what really happened during Operation Urgent Fury on the island of Grenada in October, 1983 and of the US Military of the “Reagan Era.” The story of Adriana’s Western Odyssey will not only entertain, but will also educate and uplift.

'Quest for Freedom' has received rave reviews. One reviewer stated, "More native born Americans need to know this story and more importantly appreciate our country as she did." Another said, "The readers become engrossed immediately in Palladino's dynamic effervescent style."

Watch for Book II, Adriana Corderu: Western Odyssey, scheduled for release in June, 2017.

David Palladino is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at inspirationalbookauthoryahoo.com. 'Adriana Corderu, Quest for Freedom' is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Rosedog Books. More information, including samples of the book, is available at Palladino’s website.

 
Contact Info
David Michael Palladino
PO Box 1613
Shallotte, NC 28459

Phone: 910-842-9248

Website: http://www.inspirationalbookauthor.com