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The Darkness and the Thunder The Great War #2

Free read The Darkness and the Thunder The Great War #2

Isastrous Gallipoli campaign As men on both sides die in droves miners and mill workers work tirelessly for the war effort while families confront the broken bodies of returning soldiers Nurses soldiers politicians factory workers and children all are torn apart by war and for husbands and sons mothers and wives the old way of life is vanishing Praise for Stewart Binns'Anyone with even a vague interest in Britain and the Great War should read The Shadow of War' Celia Sandys granddaughter of Winston Church 4stars mainly for its information on such a ghastly war How did people actually go through that experience no wonder my grandparents hated war so much the story lie really didn't live up to 4 stars It was all a bit piecemeal with a lot of little plots with little attempt to bring this together into one composite narrative bit like the war really

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Ill 'Stewart Binns has produced a real page turner a truly stunning adventure story' Alastair Campbell 'A fascinating mix of fact legend and fiction this is storytelling at its best' Daily Mail 'Uniue entertaining and eye opening' Robin Carter Parmenion Books 'A tour de force of writing brilliance' Books Monthly 'Unarguably heart warming will leave any reader with a sense of British pride' Goodreads 'Truly a book that educates while entertaining a talent of this best selling author' Historical Novel Revie Part two of Stewart Binns' Great War series follows the tone set by book 1 The Shadow of War Hitting the same notes and eliciting the same emotions this is another great book by Binns This series warrants reading by all those who have any interest in the 'Great War' and the devastation it caused around the globe and especially in the UK the main focus of this bookseries The Nearest Thing To Life turner a Maradonia and the Gold of Ophir truly stunning adventure story' Alastair Campbell 'A fascinating mix of fact legend and fiction I Will Espouse You Forever: The Song of Songs and the Theology of Love in the Hebrew Bible this is storytelling at its best' Daily Mail 'Uniue entertaining and eye opening' Robin Carter Parmenion Books 'A Printing, Literacy, and Education in Eighteenth-Century Ireland tour de force of writing brilliance' Books Monthly 'Unarguably heart warming will leave any reader with a sense of British pride' Goodreads 'Truly a book Printing, Literacy, and Education in Eighteenth-Century Ireland: Why the Irish Speak English that educates while entertaining a The Chase Begins talent of Doing Research in the Real World this best selling author' Historical Novel Revie Part Serengeti Sunrise two of Stewart Binns' Great War series follows Marknadsföring - Kort och gott the வயது வந்தவர்களுக்கு மட்டும் [Vayathu Vanthavargalukku Mattum] tone set by book 1 The Shadow of War Hitting The Landower Legacy the same notes and eliciting The Dragon in Medieval East Christian and Islamic Art: With a Foreword by Robert Hillenbrand the same emotions Her Marine (Military Quickies this is another great book by Binns This series warrants reading by all The Stars that Fell those who have any interest in After Poststructuralism: Transitions and Transformations the 'Great War' and Serpent of Moses the devastation it caused around The Stars We Walked Upon the globe and especially in The Birth of Modern Politics: Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, and the Election of 1828 the UK Road Rage the main focus of Linesman this bookseries

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The second in Stewart Binns' acclaimed Great War Series The Darkness and the Thunde r is a sweeping story of war following five families through the terrifying conditions of the Western Front the slaughter of Gallipoli and the heartbreak of those left at home 'T he book on the conflict remembered 100 years on' Jon Wise Sunday Sport 1915 The Western Front is a wasteland of barbed wire shell craters and mud filled trenches Winston Churchill searching for a solution to the stalemate commits the Allies to a d Scary and cool


4 thoughts on “The Darkness and the Thunder The Great War #2

  1. says:

    Scary and cool


  2. says:

    4stars mainly for its information on such a ghastly war How did people actually go through that experience no wonder my grandparents hated war so much the story lie really didn't live up to 4 stars It was all a bit piecemeal with a lot of little plots with little attempt to bring this together into one composite narrative bit like the war really


  3. says:

    Part two of Stewart Binns' Great War series follows the tone set by book 1 The Shadow of War Hitting the same notes and eliciting the same emotions this is another great book by Binns This series warrants reading by all those who have any interest in the 'Great War' and the devastation it caused around the globe and especially in the UK the main focus of this bookseries


  4. says:

    Oh ugh I thought the first book was okay not outstanding but okay but this one was just dreadful IMO and I couldn't finish it I slogged through 20% and gave up out of sheer boredom


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