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Cold Feet Reviews
Draft dodger...the term, the experience all seem outdated in this age of volunteer soldiers and agung ho approach to the deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. Cold Feet by Patricia Francsico Weaver deftly peels back the layers of pain that bedevil a young man returning to the US from Canada after Carter has declared amnesty for the draft dodgers. While the story is anchored in the 1960s and the 1970s, the issues transcend the time. Francisco's language slowly beckons the reader into the book and it is difficult to walk away and return to life outside the book. It may be over thirty years since former draft dodgers crossed the Canadian border to return to the US, but the emotions of the characters will touch you today.