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stuartd
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Apologies if this has come up before - though it doesn't appear to have - but I have just finished reading this WW1 fiction book and absolutely and thoroughly enjoyed every second of it. I'm sure that expert eyes will nitpick over certain details and question some of the history, but as a piece of fiction which evokes both sides of the war (domestic and battlefront) I don't think you can go wrong. I was totally drawn into a word now almost 100 years distant and found the tale compelling and tragic. A most moving piece.

I recommend this to all.

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