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Robert sank to his knees. He could hear himself breathing. He held the gun in
both hands. He pressed it hard behind the horse's ear and swore at the horse: "
God damn it, damn it, damn it — stop." His knees were wet and he drew himself
A wedge of chicken wire was sticking out of Rod- well's knee. He plucked it away
and threw it aside. "Ouch," he said — and laughed. They dragged Robert out by
his arms and pulled him to his feet. As soon as they let go, Robert sank to his ...
Nothing he grabbed at held. He even inadvertently grabbed at an outstretched
hand and sent one of the corpses sliding past him, head first into the water. At last
his knees struck something hard. It was a Lewis gun imbedded in the earth.
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LibraryThing ReviewAvis d'utilisateur - Carlathelibrarian - www.librarything.com
A story about World War one, that is not long, but hits the gut hard. I read this as part of a group read so it took a while as there were assigned sections, but I finally had to read ahead and finish ... Consulter l'avis complet
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Publisher’s Summary: Robert Ross, a sensitive nineteen-year-old Canadian officer, went to war — The War to End All Wars. He found himself in the nightmare world of trench warfare, of mud and smoke ... Consulter l'avis complet
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