Elleston Trevor has chosen WW I and the lives of a variety of English soldiers for the setting and characters of this insightful novel. The narrative concerns two brothers from the British aristocracy—Aubrey and Victor Talbot. With them in the trenches of France, we share vicariously in their dangers and discomforts.
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