Book: The Sins of Soldiers by S. J. Hardman Leacategories: Book, Military Fiction, First World War, Historical Romance, Love and Loss, Literary Fiction, Poignant, Moving, Researched, Historical Fiction
S. J. Hardman Leaabout this book: In times of war, all stories are possible; all emotions are amplified; all human relationships are more intense. And never more than in 1916 - at the cusp between the past and the modern age, when the pressures of global conflict encourages extremes of behaviour that would have been unthinkable previously.
That is why Anson Scott, American news reporter, chooses to embed himself undercover in the British Army in France. But his expectations of military blunder and incompetence are overwhelmed by the passions of love and hatred he witnesses at first hand, passions he cannot avoid being caught up with himself. Those emotions will grow to threaten both his own survival and the lives of everyone around him as the dangers of war increase inexorably.
• "A captivating story of love and loss during the First World War," — Readers' Favourite
• "A gripping novel about the difficult choices that soldiers face during wartime...it's a story of what soldiers will do for those they love, whether their brothers in arms or the people they left behind." — Kirkus Reviews
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