The Secret War - M.F.W. Curran Reviews
Description:ISBN 0230711189 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: M.F.W. Curran / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2009-01-02 by Tor
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by - written on 27/06/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
In books, stories of vampires and demons fighting men have been done over and over again and it's tough for a new writer to find a different slant to put on events. The same can be said of war stories, particularly in film and TV versions, where the focus has switched away from the fighting itself and more towards the human aspect, with some having the war as a background character rather than a focus. What M. F. W. Curran has done with "The Secret War" is combine both to great effect. The recently promoted Captain William Saxon and his closest friend Lieutenant Kieran Harte are survivors of the Battle of Waterloo. For both of them, the victory ... Read the complete review
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