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Kept my interest from start to finish. A fine portrayal of an interesting time. I was fascinated to find that the British government used well known artists to draw injured... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark Opshinsky
Thought provoking and insightful. Relating experience of the war by those left behind and those who found a role in the rehabilitation and care of soldiers who came home injured... Read morePublished 9 months ago by LMajor
Into my summer reading - admittedly lightweight - comes this novel by Pat Barker. I'd read LIFE CLASS a few years ago and it didn't stick with me, except for some bare plot... Read morePublished 11 months ago by SusieQ
I hated this book that we chose as a book club read. Ten women a nd we all disliked it. No smooth plot, no characters worth caring about-dismal start to finish.Published 14 months ago by Bjd
This book in another great work of Pat Barker- Unconscionable feelings. unexpected reactions.
How families have secret that affect the life of its members . Read more
I have only just discovered Pat Barker and am very glad I have.
She writes VERY well. The topic of war is a difficult one to bring to life but she does this beautifully with... Read more