The Desert Peach #25
Black & White
Page Count: 36
What It's About
“Beautiful.” In 1917, Erwin Rommel served in Transylvania against the Russians. Pfirsich, who was born in 1900, and is thus the same age as the century, serves with him. The handsome, confused young man is lost in the dark full-moon woods, and meets the ghosts and spirits of the Land Beyond The Forests. His brother is lost tracking the white stag that might be only a beast — and might be something more. A truly beautiful, sensuous issue, whose scenery is based on so many of the places that the author has seen in the course of a lifetime growing up in and turning to the woods, as a place of peace and dark refuge. “Love, Honor, Death and Tea” – the perfect description for the life of The Desert Peach, the Desert Fox’s younger, gay brother. Based on the stranger – but too often true – side of World War Two, this classic series has changed lives, scrambled minds, and inspired peers for two generations.
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