Review: THE LAST SUMMER by Judith Kinghorn

She Reads Novels recently read and reviewed The Last Summer by Judith Kinghorn for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s an excerpt:

So many different aspects of World War I are covered over the course of the novel, though with the story being told from Clarissa’s perspective the focus is on the effects of the war on British society and on the people left at home while their loved ones are away fighting. After the war is over we see how the world has become a very different place. We meet men who are trying to cope with the injuries and disabilities they’ve been left with, and the women who are trying to understand and to help them, as well as coming to terms with the loss of all the husbands, brothers, sons and fathers who never came home.

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