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It's hell." "You're right," said Reg, and fell silent. But Laurie felt a heavy certainty
that he was waiting; for sympathy, for fellow feeling. He felt like a man who has
strolled empty-handed into a famine area. "She can't be worth it. Treating you like
This really is going to be rather hell. "Proper little pipsqueak," hissed Reg. "Doesn
't look as if he'd pass a medical," said Laurie hopefully. "Go on. Course they're co.
s. It's written all over them. Search me what the old boy's here for, though.
"Oh, hell. Look here " A bright moving illumination had fallen on the huts, around
each tuft of grass wheeled a black swinging shadow. Andrew ran out, and
paused; Laurie checked a stumble with a hand on his shoulder. They looked up.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dbsovereign - LibraryThing
Slightly claustrophobic for me, but Renault writes about homosexuality like no other author and is also a wonderful historian. Her characters tend to bleed angst. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - alexdaw - LibraryThing
This is one of those books that you finish reading and you're busting to talk to someone else who has read it. The language is often quite cryptic and requires perseverance....a function of the time ... Read full review