A Solitary War (A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, Book 13) by Henry Williamson
By Henry Williamson
Quantity 13 of A Chronicle of historical Sunlight. In September 1939, struggle with Germany casts its lengthy shadow over the city and geographical region. Phillip Maddison, now farming in East Anglia, nonetheless stubbornly believes that Hitler's leader target is the defence of Europe opposed to Stalin; yet he's engaged in a private battle at the 'bad lands' the place his farm is positioned, attempting to subdue mounting money owed and to create a fertile yeoman preserving for his relatives. The portrayal of his struggles, either with himself and with the land, hold overall conviction, as does the image of his existence in England till the finishing of the conflict of Britain.
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