"Our ordeal is over -- the Hell is past and we must bury memory . . ."
Lane, Maynard and Payson stand on deck as the ship glides toward New York, in the shadow of Liberty -- a war-weary trio of soldiers, home at last.
Time has marked them, and the battles of France have left them disabled . . . but what awaits them on land, beyond the empty dock? Who will be there for them, at home? And will they ever be able to lead a normal life?
Zane Gray (1875-1939), master storyteller of the frontier and the outdoors, in "The Day of the Beast" gives tribute to the unsung heroes of the Great War.