Review: A BITTER TRUTH by Charles Todd

The Written World recently read and reviewed A Bitter Truth by Charles Todd for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s an excerpt:

When I look back on the two major wars I am always impressed with the men and women that rushed out to join up in the beginning. Especially for WWII because they had often grown up hearing about the first war from their parents and yet they still wanted to fight. I often toy with how I would have felt in the same situation. In the beginning, though, it is the heroic thing to do and a chance to vanquish the enemies.

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Impressions in Ink also read this book for the challenger, check out what she had to say:

This is a busy story, bringing in secrets from the past, and present. Vixen Hill is home to a family that has carried great sorrow throughout many years. They are stoic and brave, yet not talking about their burden has led to bitterness.

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