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The Shadow of War ePUB ↠ The Shadow  PDF or The Shadow of War is the first novel in Stewart Binns s new series which will see a book release for each year of the First World WarJunethe beginning of another long, prosperous summer for Britain But beneath the clear skies, all is not as it seems the chill wind of social discontent swirls around this sceptred isleShots ring out in a distant European land the assassination of a foreign aristocrat From that moment the entire world is propelled into a conflict unlike any seen beforeThis is the story of five British communities, their circumstances very different, but who will all share in the tragedy that is to come All that they have known will be changed forever by the catastrophic events of the Great WarThis is a story of love and comradeship, of hatred and tragedy this is the story of the Great WarThe Shadow of War, the first novel in The Great War series from Stewart Binns, is a thrilling read and perfect for those who enjoy the writing of Conn Iggulden and Bernard Cornwell


10 thoughts on “The Shadow of War

  1. Bettie Bettie says:

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  2. Stephen Stephen says:

    felt this book had too much detail as was split if he was writing a history book or historical fiction felt could of narrowed down the amount of characters in this book.


  3. Jo Barton Jo Barton says:

    Shadow of War, is the start of The Great War series of books by this author which will see a new book for each year of the duration of the war The story opens as the unrest in Europe starts to escalate and during the summer of 1914, five British communities, are about to discover that the order of the old routine is about to change forever.With his usual skilful style of rec


  4. Mirella Mirella says:

    The Shadow of War is Stewart Binn s newest novel, the first of several that will cover the years that span World War I as it pertains to Britain It takes place in a relatively short time frame, from June to December 1914, the months leading up to the start of the Great War In this opening novel, Binns introduces the reader to several characters of diverse social ranks, roles,


  5. R.J. MacDonald R.J. MacDonald says:

    I was VERY interested to read the reviews on this novel More than a few speak of its bizarre style present tense, some folk couldn t get over the style and gave up, other s urge to read through it and keep going, to be rewarded by a great read I feel firmly into the first camp I started skimming within pages I could not connect with the characters or the story because of this


  6. Robin Carter Robin Carter says:

    ReviewWhen I first started this book my initial reaction was what the hell , the books style seemed very bizarre, it was very much an outside view looking in on people and events Then slowly as I read the chapters I was drawn into the lives of multiple different families and communities, before i knew it i was hooked This book is still odd different, it s not like Stewarts prev


  7. A Reader& A Reader& says:

    I received a free copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review June 1914 the beginning of another long, prosperous summer for Britain But beneath the clear skies, all is not as it seems the chill wind of social discontent swirls around this sceptred isle.Shots ring out in a distant European land the assassination of a foreign aristocrat From that moment the


  8. Nigel Nigel says:

    Realistic, gritty and completely absorbing Not the type of writing to win shelves of awards, but the battle scenes are mesmerising, the characters from all walks of the social spectrum were, for me, believably honest Whilst I was aware of the painfully turbulent times in our political history, this novel lays bare, how difficult this period must have been to live through, especia


  9. Lee Scordis Lee Scordis says:

    Had a lot of potential but started quite slowly Certainly picked up towards the end but at times it did feel that you were reading a text book.


  10. Brandon Brandon says:

    Would have been four stars, but way too much telling when showing would have beencompelling.


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