What Passing Bells:
Not just a compelling and dramatic story of a restless young man with the Great War as a backdrop, but also a balanced and relatable view of a war that transcends generations. When readers first meet Dai Bowen, he is an innocent young man, unaffected by the outside world, but when peer pres- sure and economics drive him to join the army he soon discovers from the horrors of war just how brutal the world can be. Moss also draws on the newly discovered research on Adolf Hitler in Thomas Weber’s book Hitler’s First War to piece together a fictionalized but realistic view of the future dictator. What Passing Bells skillfully weaves in the young Hitler’s perspective of the conflict and the world at large, providing readers insight into his uneasy relationship with his fellow soldiers in the List Regiment. ! The ideal read for lovers of historical fiction, history buffs and war-story aficionados, What Passing Bells is an unforgettable novel that brings the reader directly into the trenches.
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