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Hull's writing is brilliant, conveying Patrick's thoughts and emotions perfectly as he matures.
Not only does it let us enjoy a story but live through the eyes and mind of another, someone who's lived life to the fullest despite losing his first true love.
The book caught my interest from the very beginning and kept my interest through to the very end.
remarkable book about war, love and keep the image alive thought the years of his life. As very accurate portrayal of aging also. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Steve V.
This novel is one of my top 5 novels of all time. I love the characters and the story is so sweet and poignant.
I have read it many tlimes.
This is not a chick book. Not exactly. Very descriptive of conditions at the Front during World War I.Published 3 months ago by Lexa McAdams
Another great book my husband recommended!! I really enjoyed this book. it had a great mix of romance, war, comedy, loss and great things to ponder on about life. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Julia N.
Great book, the book club loved it, so did I. What a story. How many more like that are out there?Published 6 months ago by Penn Fisher
Such a good book. I read it several times over the years and its wonderful. The main character is charming and there are some lines in the book where I had to keep reminding myself... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sophia
Having read Losiing Julia years ago, I still think it is the best insight into war, love, and aging
having read it again now, years later. Just a masterpiece !
Although this was a potentially good story, I did not care for the way it was written - skipping between the present, going back to the war, then the reunion. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jacqueline Onete