Those Measureless Fields

B2005

This is a sensitively written love story set against the air war over the Western Front. This is a haunting story with a very surprising twist at the end. The descriptions of the air war and the society of the time are beautifully drawn by the author. Without spoiling the plot lines, with their twists and turns, this is a book that will appeal to a wide readership and rewards the reader’s time.

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NAME: Those Measureless Fields
DATE: 020814
FILE: R2005
AUTHOR: Caroline Scott
PUBLISHER: Pen & Sword
BINDING: hard back
PAGES: 369
PRICE: £19.99
GENRE: Fiction
SUBJECT: WWI, World War One, First World War, The Great War, fighter pilots, SE5, Western Front, France, aces
ISBN: 1-78346-396-1
IMAGE: B2005.jpg
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DESCRIPTION: This is a sensitively written love story set against the air war over the Western Front. This is a haunting story with a very surprising twist at the end. The descriptions of the air war and the society of the time are beautifully drawn by the author. Without spoiling the plot lines, with their twists and turns, this is a book that will appeal to a wide readership and rewards the reader’s time.

One hundred years on from the outbreak of WWI, many readers will have a poor idea of what the events really meant at the time. There are no longer living survivors from the Great War, many popular misconceptions, a total change from modern society, and, for many, the events will be no closer than the Napoleonic Wars, the Wars of the Roses, or the tales of ancient Rome.

The author has produced a totally absorbing tale and provided the pictures in words to lead the reader to feel a part of the times and the world in which the story is set. It is a love story with a young woman, two men and all that that produces, but seen through the eyes of one of the players from his final years, looking back through some of the greatest social changes of any point in history.

This book is highly recommended

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