E–pub/E–book [Remembrance] ò Theresa Breslin


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  • Remembrance
  • Theresa Breslin
  • English
  • 12 November 2020
  • 9780552547383

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Remembrance review â E-book, or Kindle E-pub Scotland 1915 A group of teenagers from two families meet for a picnic but the war across the Channel is soon to tear them away from such youthful pleasures All too soon the horro This is a book that I would like to own The story mainly follows the lives of two families with five children aged 15 to 21 when the story begins They live in Scotland and all deal with World War I in vastly different ways The book begins by focusing on two of the five then switching over to a different two then adding two and finishing with a focus on four of the original five So you read firsthand opinions of all of them There are references to many works of literature and art that existed during and before that time periodMany different aspects of the book fascinated me the change in the role of women due to WWI the two sides of patriotism one which I had never deeply considered before the social s of the time and other information about WWI I feel that I have been very educated on WWII and I have read many real and fictional accounts of people during that time period but this may be the first I have read about WWI And I am very glad to have read this account The book is clean heart wrenching and consumingIt began with this uote from Siegfried Sasson who wrote Suicide in the Trenches You smug faced crowds with kindling eyeWho cheer when soldier lads march bySneak home and pray you ll never knowThe hell where youth and laughter goIt ends with this uote by the same author but from Aftermath Do you remember the stretcher cases lurching backWith dying eyes and lolling heads those ashen greyMasks of the lads who once were keen and kind and gayHave you forgotten yet Look up and swear by the green of the spring that you ll never forgetThe book begins in 1915 and ends in 1918 Only Pleasure picnic but the war across the Channel is soon to tear them away from such youthful Planted Forests pleasures All too soon the horro This is a book that I would like to own The story mainly follows the lives of two families with five children aged 15 to 21 when the story begins They live in Scotland and all deal with World War I in vastly different ways The book begins by focusing on two of the five then switching over to a different two then adding two and finishing with a focus on four of the original five So you read firsthand opinions of all of them There are references to many works of literature and art that existed during and before that time No Turning Back Suspense Series #3 periodMany different aspects of the book fascinated me the change in the role of women due to WWI the two sides of Ab Urbe Condita Libri patriotism one which I had never deeply considered before the social s of the time and other information about WWI I feel that I have been very educated on WWII and I have read many real and fictional accounts of A Mansion in the Sky and Other Short Stories (CMES Modern Middle East Literature in Translation Series) people during that time Anthony Blunt His Lives period but this may be the first I have read about WWI And I am very glad to have read this account The book is clean heart wrenching and consumingIt began with this uote from Siegfried Sasson who wrote Suicide in the Trenches You smug faced crowds with kindling eyeWho cheer when soldier lads march bySneak home and When the Dancing Stopped The Real Story of the Morro Castle Disaster and Its Deadly Wake pray you ll never knowThe hell where youth and laughter goIt ends with this uote by the same author but from Aftermath Do you remember the stretcher cases lurching backWith dying eyes and lolling heads those ashen greyMasks of the lads who once were keen and kind and gayHave you forgotten yet Look up and swear by the green of the spring that you ll never forgetThe book begins in 1915 and ends in 1918

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Remembrance review â E-book, or Kindle E-pub R of what is to become known as The Great War engulfs them their friends and the whole village From the horror of the trenches to the devastating reality seen daily by those nursi An amazing account of World War I which covers with sensitivity and realism almost every aspect of the conflict from the eyes of four teenagers For anyone who enjoyed reading A Rose For The Anzac Boys this book is a must read In my opinion it may even be slightly better

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Remembrance review â E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ng the wounded they struggle to survive and nothing will ever be the same againA powerful and engrossing novel about love and war from Carnegie Medal winning author Theresa Bresli Set during World War I Remembrance is a fantastic historical fiction book It portrays the excitement horror and heartbreak of war in an honest way through narration as well as letters between the characters It is so incredibly well written The writing evokes many emotions and transports the reader to the 19 teens I very highly recommend this book to young teens and up who are learning about World War I


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    E–pub/E–book [Remembrance] ò Theresa Breslin read & download Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub á Theresa Breslin 45 starsLoved loved loved this So many emotions and uniue characters And just downright realistic It was sad but yet wonderful all at the same time I took a half star because I didn't like Maggie's attitude women's right and all but thankfully she wasn't as big on it by the end of the book and it added a different POV to the story I loved the complexities that Francis had with the war and his struggles that wer

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    E–pub/E–book [Remembrance] ò Theresa Breslin Theresa Breslin á 9 summary read Remembrance I think I read this last year or the year before that when doing some research for WW1 and I honestly can't rememb

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    E–pub/E–book [Remembrance] ò Theresa Breslin Theresa Breslin á 9 summary This is a book that I would like to own The story mainly follows the lives of two families with five children aged 15 to 21 when the story begins They live in Scotland and all deal with World War I in vastly different ways The book begins by focusing on two of the five then switching over to a different two then adding two

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    Theresa Breslin á 9 summary E–pub/E–book [Remembrance] ò Theresa Breslin Remembrance is written by Carnegie Medal winning author Theresa Breslin who has rather a lot of titles to her name Its story is centered around the First World War beginning as it does in the summer of 1915 and spanning t

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    E–pub/E–book [Remembrance] ò Theresa Breslin I was completely bowled over by the Audio version of this book sadly abridged It was so tastefully written and so beautifully read by Frances Thorburn and Gary Bakewell I shall definitely keep this to listen to again and intend to

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    E–pub/E–book [Remembrance] ò Theresa Breslin Theresa Breslin á 9 summary An amazing account of World War I which covers with sensitivity and realism almost every aspect of the conflict from the eyes of four teenagers For anyone who enjoyed reading A Rose For The Anzac Boys this book is a must read In my opinion it may even be slightly better

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    E–pub/E–book [Remembrance] ò Theresa Breslin This was so good The beginning was a little slow and at first I was a tiny bit worried that perhaps it wouldn't be as good as I hoped But the writing style was lovely throughout and the plottension built slowly and steadily

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    Theresa Breslin á 9 summary read & download Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub á Theresa Breslin read Remembrance This book was a lovely and memorable book to read and I would recommend it to ages 12 and above I loved this book because of all the realism of the 1st world war that you get to read about As you follow the lives of 5 young people during the war you come to realise that it wasn't just the soldiers that saw the realism but the nurses serving

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    Theresa Breslin á 9 summary E–pub/E–book [Remembrance] ò Theresa Breslin Set during World War I Remembrance is a fantastic historical fiction book It portrays the excitement horror and heartbreak of war in an honest way through narration as well as letters between the characters It is so incredibly well written The writing evokes many emotions and transports the reader to the 19 teens I very highly recommend thi

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    E–pub/E–book [Remembrance] ò Theresa Breslin read & download Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub á Theresa Breslin Theresa Breslin á 9 summary World War 1 through the eyes of teens who went with optimism and returned with a very different view This book brings home

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