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  • A Truly Satisfying Read!

    This one packs a punch! So much contained in 224 pages, it is immensely enjoyable. Harry Fletcher is a young man who works in the family business; with his father deceased he helps his mother care for all the family. Whilst not rich, they keep their heads above water .. then The Great War comes along and changes things. A really interesting novel, this one begins with Harry in his senior years and the vast majority of the story is told in retrospect. As we follow his life, we are privy to so many of his thoughts and dreams and the skilful writing makes it all seem so real! The war details are as grim and harrowing as you would expect, and I really appreciate that the horrors weren't glossed over as they so often are. The family bonds shine through,  so do love and the pain of being separated due to world conflict. This is a truly satisfying read, and an author I'm so happy to have been introduced to. An excellent historical saga to which I'm happy to give four stars. My thanks to Henry Roi of Odyssey Books for contacting me and providing my copy. As always, all my stated opinions are both completely honest and entirely my own.

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  • 'The Stars in the Night"

    Firstly, thank you Clare Rhoden and Voracious Readers for my ARC of this novel "Stars in the Night" in exchange for my honest review. Initially, I was excited to be chosen to leave a review f0r a historical romance novel. I did not however, find a lot of romance, just some light drama. The majority of the novel read like a newsreel or report with camaraderie between the soldiers. I will admit it was very descriptive, the noises, the smells, and even the tastes. I am sorry Ms. Rhoden, I felt the novel contained too much war narrative and not enough of the "romantic story."

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