You are carried in this written love story with special and exciting experiences in the forties, in the former Dutch East Indies. Seeing through the eyes of Paul, you'll experience adventures in a Japanese prison camp, make a dangerous journey through Batavia, meet a Ghurka, and fly from Dakota to Borneo. There, you will meet Paul's father during the war as a prisoner, working in a coal mine in Nagasaki. Cleared debris are also shown after the second atomic bomb on Japan. Paul will experience the best years of his life in Balikpapan. Lastly, you will also get more into the skin of a man-eating crocodile. Peter Edens was born in 1939 in India, but he and his family came to Holland in 1950. After training for Graphic Designing and Drawing for teacher, he went in Groningen and spent 23 years at a school for consumptive and graphic boxes. He married in 1965 and fathered two daughters. In 1993, he retired, which led him to become proficient in using the computer and have fun writing this novel.