In the face of adversity, God will always protect His children and true love will always conquer all. Micah Cody, a Marine fighting in the Vietnam War, has been chosen to receive the Medal of Honor after saving thirty-five members of his troop during an attack. Due to his act of valor, he is injured and fights to stay alive as the doctor and nurses do all they can to help him. They are successful in saving his life, but at what cost as the young man has no memory of his past, living no more than a shell of his former self. He returns home to be taken care of by his parents, Alice and Mac, and Mia, a young Native American stable hand who takes care of their horses. While Alice and Mac pray for their son's recovery, Mia does all she can to help trigger Micah's memories as they were to be married once he had returned home from the war. When the day comes that Micah finally begins to remember his life, a tragedy strikes that takes him away from those he loves. Even while all believe Micah to be dead, Mia will not accept her fianc 's fate until she finds him, dead or alive. Little does she know that Micah's time has not yet come. God has a plan for these two young lovers, and it will take not only their love, but the love of family, friends, and comrades, as well, to overcome the greatest challenge they will ever face. A story of courage in the face of fear, faith in believing miracles can happen, and unconditional love that triumphs any challenge, Medal of Honor by Glen Daniels is a God-inspired timeless tale that is sure to invite readers to return again and again. Glen Daniels is the author of two books before this one, "Jake's America" and "Jake's Country Pride." Being a Vietnam veteran and avid reader, there was a compulsion to write about the self-sacrifice of the veterans and their families. Glen is a retired air traffic controller living with his wife, children, and grandchildren in NW, Arkansas.