The ghost road

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Plume, 1996 - Fiction - 277 pages
28 Reviews
The Ghost Road is the shattering conclusion of Pat barker's brilliant World War I trilogy. Set in the final months of the war, The Ghost Road focuses on Dr. William Rovers, the compassionate psychiatrist of Regeneration and Lt. Billy Prior, last seen as a domestic intelligence agent in The Eye in the Door. "A triumph of imagination".--Publisher's Weekly.

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Review: The Ghost Road (Regeneration #3)

User Review  - Elise Dalli - Goodreads

What struck me while reading The Ghost Road was the sheer unbridled feeling of hopelessness throughout the novel. The Ghost Road was written from the perspective of a shell-shocked soldier sent home ... Read full review

Review: The Ghost Road (Regeneration #3)

User Review  - Emily - Goodreads

This luminous book, the third in the “Regeneration” trilogy, has so many layers and intersecting themes, it takes your breath away. The magic is in the way Barker casts these themes out there and ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Pat Barker's most recent novel is Another World (FSG, 1999). She is also the author of the highly acclaimed Regeneration trilogy: Regeneration; The Eye in the Door, winner of the 1993 Guardian Fiction Prize; and The Ghost Road, winner of the 1996 Booker Prize. She lives in England.