"If you have any interest in the history of war or if you simply like books filled with emotion then you must read this." "Swan Hill Guardian""
"Lynch shows remarkable maturity in his abitlty to capture the banality of terror." "The Age""
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|Length: 432 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Lost my original copy so bought a second hand copy. This is one of the books of WW1 for me. I can't praise it highly enough, a very very good book.Published 10 days ago by peter purdy
One of the best books I have read on any war no glossing over lets you feel a bit of what it must have been like,if that is possiblePublished 7 months ago by gooner
A brutally honest experience of trench like. Author elucidates the sheer randomness of who lived and who died. Interesting account of one persons experience of war.Published 7 months ago by Katy
A real insight into what happened in the trenches ,shocking to say the least .an education .read this book years ago needed to read it againPublished 15 months ago by BJN