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Unforgotten: The Great War 1914-1918 Paperback – 12 Nov 2014
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I wouldn't call the book an 'easy read' but could any collection of such emotive material be considered easy reading but it's fascinating, absorbing and beautifully written. It's full of amazing facts and sensitive handling of delicate topics and some of the stories and poems are funny too. It's a great memorial to all the brave men, women and animals who gave their lives in World War One in this centenary year when we are all remembering the outbreak of 'The War to End all Wars' in 1914. You won't forget this book easily.
They are stories and poems written by short story and poem winners and runners up as well as the members of the Swansea and District Writers Circle.
I am a member of that circle of friendly supportive and talented people. They are fully deserving of the 5 stars.
This anthology offers over fifty wonderfully different stories and poems all related the Great War 1914-1918, penned by the winners of Swansea and District Writers' Circle short story and poetry competitions, together with those of the very talented members. It is a book I will return to time and again so I can savour the varied styles and personal - occasionally very personal - individual viewpoints on a war that changed so many lives and the map of Europe forever. I'd love to tell you how every single story and poem affected me, but the essay would be longer than the anthology. Please, read it for yourself, I promise you won't be disappointed, and yes, I am an extremely proud member of Swansea and District Writers' Circle - and I'm not Steve Jones.