Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse 1918
, Jan 1, 2004
- 496 pages
This novel presents a new view point from which to see and feel World War I. These characters have seen the war through the eyes of their own country. Mr. Ibanez seems to see the war through eyes that are worldwide in their sweep. It is rich and varied in scene, human in its characterizations, interesting throughout, and above all, refreshingly straightforward and conclusive on the subject of the Germans and their methods of warfare.