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One of the best reads ever, magnificent book.
Faulks style is realistic but he is also strong in setting scenes with detail and poetic evocation of the distant time covered by the story.
When you don't want a book to end and it stays with you for a long time after reading it, you know you have found a wonderful read.
A learning experience about WW I, that we know so little about. The dreadful trench warfare , the huge loss of life. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Laurie K. Carter
I really enjoyed Birdsong. It's the first Sebastian Faulks book I have read and I will now seek him out. Read morePublished 22 days ago by patricia tucker
After a rather slow start, the story gathers pace and dramatic impact when the narrative
switches to trench warfare on the Western Front (World War l). Read more
To me book was not as good as described by others. I liked Charlotte Gray and a Week in December betterPublished 26 days ago by Colleen J Reed
It is very beautifully written although profoundly graphic and upsetting in so many ways.
It takes any glory about war and shreds it reality. Read more
except for going gross over the female anatomy though only twice .... its a beautiful book...Published 1 month ago by prashant