5 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
yay, 13 Mar 2006
being on my A-level reading list i assumed, like most books your forced to read, the story would be lost to monotomus analysis but instead i was suprised at how much i enjoed it.
Unlike with earlier war lit, which although good tends to bore slightly by the end, it was completey enjoyable from start to finish.
The most compelling part of the story for me was by far the relationship between Sassoon and Owen, very realistic and touching especially Owens nervousness when meeting his hero.
It's definatly worth a read especially for fans of war poetry.