Top positive review
A meaningful nod to a lost generation.
on 20 August 2017
Authentic, at times savage description of this most brutal war. The first mechanised slaughter of war. Credit the author with writing an account as if he had experienced the horrors of combat. Not much in the way of fruitless heroism , just gritty realism and a grim acceptance of their fate. The real heroes are there in the Commonwealth war cemeteries or are recorded on the memorials from Ypres to the Somme to Galliopli and on to Mesopotamia. An excellent read, well done author , fine effort.