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Truly Are the Free (Sweet Wine of Youth, #2) By Jeffrey K. Walker Truly Are the Free Sweet Wine of Youth None
  • Title: Truly Are the Free (Sweet Wine of Youth, #2)
  • Author: Jeffrey K. Walker
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  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • Truly Are the Free (Sweet Wine of Youth, #2) By Jeffrey K. Walker None
    Truly Are the Free (Sweet Wine of Youth, #2) By Jeffrey K. Walker
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    1. Just had my review delete itself somehow grrr Won t try to rewrite other than to say it s a well done book Readers interested in the less well known parts of WW I such as racism in the American military and attitudes toward homosexuality and other social issues will find this book illuminating.


    2. In this remarkable second installment of his Sweet Wine of Youth trilogy, Jeffrey K Walker brings together two minor characters from None of Us the Same, the likable Ned Tobin and Chester Dawkins, and gives us the riveting backstory on how they met and who they come to know, fleshing out their lives at home, in the trenches of WWI and post War Ned, a white man, and Chester, a black man, grapple with long held prejudices and the discomfort they feel when the war throws them together Both have str [...]


    3. Excellent novel taking place during WWI and in the following few years The author writes well about the racism of the period and homosexuality topics that often invite either vitriol or preachiness, but not in this book The main characters are Adele, a young Frenchwoman her lover Ned Tobin, an American fighting in WWI Chester Dawkins, an African American who enlists to fight in France and Chester s sister, Lena, left behind to deal with their father s death and financial problems in Harlem Not e [...]


    4. War This 2nd book continues the theme of the effect of war on individuals, families and nations The various stories are woven together expertly.


    5. I like Truly are the Free even that I loved None of Us the Same This time I found myself reading parts of it over again while I was reading the entire book This was not because I thought I had missed something or didn t understand it It was maybe because I was charmed by it, really interested in it and or the characters, loved the language of it, wanted to make sure I hadn t missed something I think the author learned something while writing the first book and even with the second Truly are th [...]


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