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Everyone Brave Is Forgiven - Chris Cleave
Everyone Brave Is Forgiven
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781473641679 (1473641675)
ASIN: 1473641675
Publisher: Sceptre
Edition language: English
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Toni rated it
3.0 "Everyone Brave is Forgiven", by Chris Cleave
“Everyone Brave Is Forgiven”, is a historical novel set in London and Malta during the Second World War. The story is inspired by the lives of the author’s grandparents: his grandfather served in Malta and his grandmother drove ambulances during the Blitz.The novel follows four protagonists from the...
DubaiReader rated it
3.5 Evocative of WWII
I have read all of Chris Cleave's books but I'm afraid this was the one I enjoyed the least. The rest of my book group thoroughly enjoyed it and one member came armed with all the wonderful quotes that had appealed to her, but it didn't excite me. I have procrastinated with this review because I'm...
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4.0 Everyone Brave is Forgiven
It happens every once in a while, that I find myself reading a bunch of books set during World War II. These seem to come out in groups, never just one random book on the topic. To be fair, I chose them all, but I don’t always plan well in spacing out the reading. That is how I found myself listenin...
Thewanderingjew rated it
4.0 Insightful presentation of England during WWII
Everyone Brave is Forgiven, Chris Cleave, author; Luke Thompson, narrator. I enjoyed this book on several levels. I learned a lot about the English experience during WWII and about the racism that existed there that I had never known before. Through the interaction of several characters that play a ...
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The City Of Invention rated it
5.0 A Study Of British Identity
Set in the early years of WW2, Everyone Brave Is Forgiven is the story of Mary, the daughter of an MP, who rushes back from Finishing School when war is declared to volunteer and is assigned a rather unglamorous job as a primary school teacher, and of Alastair, a picture restorer at the Tate, who en...
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