Review: THE INVISIBLE WALL by Harry Bernstein

Helen’s Book Blog recently read and reviewed The Invisible Wall by Harry Bernstein for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s an excerpt:

I get frustrated when the blurb on the back of a book gives a description that doesn’t quite fit the book. Yes, it’s the eve of WWI, but that is merely the time period. The war doesn’t really figure into the story until about two thirds through. However, the impact of the war on those living on the street is obvious as the men are sent off to war and either don’t come home or come home broken, both physically and mentally.

Read the full review.

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