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Summary í A Song for No Mans Land 100 ✓ He signed up to fight with visions of honour and glory of fighting for king and country of making his family proud at long lastBut on a battlefield during the Great War Robert Jones is shot and wonders how it all went so very wrong and how things could possibly get any worseHe'll soon find out When theHe signed up to fight with visions of honour and glory of fighting for king and country of making his family proud at long lastBut on a battlefield during the Great War Robert Jones is shot and wonders how it al. some choice uotes The ground trembled like a virgin More of the dead ejaculated into dreamless darkness No women for Jones no whisky and willing open legsbasically the author is obsessed with sex metaphors freud would have a field day

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L went so very wrong and how things could possibly get any worseHe'll soon find out When the attacking enemy starts to shapeshift into a nightmarish demonic force Jones finds himself fighting an impossible war a. Nazis demons PTSDthe idea was better than the execution I thought the PTSD portions were well written thought out and gave me empathy for the characters The rest of it was scattered a bit eye rolling at times I wasn't buying into the larger storyline and won't continue the series

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A Song for No Mans LandGainst an enemy that shouldn't existAndy Remic's A Song for No Man's Land is the first in an ongoing seriesAt the Publisher's reuest this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software DRM applie. “ soldiers praying to a god they no longer believed in for a miracle that couldn’t happen”Excellent set up good storytelling crippled by inept plotting The Great War WW I as seen by Tommies who neither know nor care about the politics; they just want to survive But perhaps the Huns aren’t the only ones hunting them“You will be a hero but importantly you will strive to do what’s right”Reveals the supernatural element slowly so the reader intentionally no doubt at first wonders what is real and what is hallucination But even with each chapter labeled as to its time and place the skein of the story is twisted knotted and occasionally broken Needlessly repetitive“How could one man take praise when so many of his friends were dying out there in the dark”It’s good; it might have been better as a novella Or since there seems to be a second and third volume combine that book with this to make one decent story“Sometimes lies are the only option”Three stars was a gift“Is he dead” “Aren’t we all”