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Review: The Regeneration Trilogy (Regeneration #1-3)

User Review  - Joe - Goodreads

It's hard to imagine a more beautiful, more sublime or complex series of books than these by Pat Barker. I said in a recent conversation that they don't even feel as if they were written by a ... Read full review

Review: The Regeneration Trilogy (Regeneration #1-3)

User Review  - Diana - Goodreads

This is hands-down my favorite book of the 2014 reading year. It largely focuses on Dr. Rivers a real psychiatrist who worked with shell shocked soldiers during the first world war and Billy Powers a ... Read full review

Review: The Regeneration Trilogy (Regeneration #1-3)

User Review  - Ruth Zaryski Jackson - Goodreads

Absolutely brilliant must-read especially for anyone interested in World War One and shell shock. An unsentimental, raw and intimate trilogy featuring historically accurate figures such as war poets, Sigfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen, and anthropologist/doctor WHRRivers. Read it! Read full review

Review: The Regeneration Trilogy (Regeneration #1-3)

User Review  - Paul Culloty - Goodreads

A person might think that yet another book about World War One could hardly grab the reader's attention, but The Regeneration Trilogy manages to be compulsive reading. In the self-titled opener, we're ... Read full review

Review: The Regeneration Trilogy (Regeneration #1-3)

User Review  - Mikael Kuoppala - Goodreads

The best analysis of war I have ever read. It focuses on the psychological and sosiological damages of war and truly illustrates the pointlessness of it all. “Regenaration” is a masterful beginning ... Read full review

Review: The Regeneration Trilogy (Regeneration #1-3)

User Review  - Molly - Goodreads

you look back upon the history of protest and it seems to really come to the fore with Vietnam. I began to read the astounding poet Robinson Jeffers after hearing of him in Czeslaw Milosz's poetry ... Read full review

Review: The Regeneration Trilogy (Regeneration #1-3)

User Review  - Maria Caggiano - Goodreads

This historical fiction trilogy about WWI is rich and engrossing. Readers should be cautioned, it is upsetting, as war always is. It does not romanticise that which should never, ever be romanticised ... Read full review


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