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A book that draws you in. It tells, with a weaving of fact and fiction, the story of some of the young men who left the Inverell district during World War I, interspersed with a storyline set in 2000. I quickly became rather obsessed with reading this book - I couldn't wait till the next opportunity to "See what happened next". Very powerful imagery successfully transports you back to the horrors of World War I, describing the human cost, like no other book I have ever read on the subject.
Daniel Prokop
Ian spoke at the writers festival and I found the book to be well researched and a very good read. A great self published book!
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