The Eye in the Door
London, 1918. Billy Prior is working for Intelligence in the Ministry of Munitions. But his private encounters with women and men – pacifists, objectors, homosexuals – conflict with his duties as a soldier, and it is not long before his sense of himself fragments and breaks down. Forced to consult the man who helped him before – army psychiatrist William Rivers – Prior must confront his inability to be the dutiful soldier his superiors wish him to be ...
The Eye in the Door is a heart-rending study of the contradictions of war and of those forced to live through it.
The second book in the Regeneration trilogy
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Review: The Eye in the Door (Regeneration #2)User Review - Michelle Holden - Goodreads
After a seven month wait after reading Regeneration I have got round to reading the second instalment - no fault of the first just my laxness! I again thought this book was excellent and seemed to ... Read full review
Review: The Eye in the Door (Regeneration #2)User Review - Highjump - Goodreads
Big lull in the middle. I almost quit but part three drew me back in enough that I will probably finish the trilogy at some point. Read full review