Jennifer Robson

Jennifer Robson

Well researched is the first description that comes to mind pertaining to my introduction to Jennifer Robson’s writing:  Somewhere in France, a story of men and women working behind the lines in World War I.  The characters are believable and the reader feels their conflicts and fears, loves and doubts as the story progresses through life-changing events in a world changing around them.

Though the tale seems to move slowly, it does not drag but simply winds along a meandering road that ultimately carries the reader to a satisfying destination.

Pleasant reading despite a subject some might consider troublesome.

Do you read or avoid books about war and other dramatic events?