Going to read other books by this writer before judging him. Being an empathic pacifist, I had to skim most of it but what I did read I loved if for nothing more than the beautiful prose.
A slow, grinding account of how war stripped an essentially good man of everything worth having in life, through no fault of his own. Recommended.
One of a series of interwoven stories (Annie Dunne, Whereabouts of Eneas McNulty) about Ireland in the early 20th century. You can really get into these characters.
A work of heartbreaking genius. A moving, tragic, beautiful novel.
Life and death in the trenches of Belgium in WW1 for an Irish man. Heatbreaking!
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