Please join me today in welcoming Rachael from Rachael’s Ramblings for this wonderful review!
“One thing I felt Laura Libricz did superlatively was create a gritty sense of realism. This is war and religion at their least glorious; there are no great victories or dashing heroes to be found here. Throughout the novel she explores how very low mankind can sink in its darkest times and how brutal people can be with very little provocation, especially to people they consider ‘other’.”
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This was meant to be up much earlier in the week, but life got somewhat in the way! I was kindly sent this book by Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours.
The Soldier’s Return by Laura Libricz
Publication Date: September 15, 2017
eBook & Paperback
Series: Heaven’s Pond Trilogy, Book Two
Genre: Historical Fiction
The year is 1626. A senseless war rips through parts of Germany. Ongoing animosity between the Catholics and the Protestants has turned into an excuse to destroy much of the landscape situated between France, Italy and Denmark. But religion only plays a minor role in this lucrative business of war.
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