A Song for No Mans Land (A Song for No Man’s Land #1) review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB


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A Song for No Mans Land (A Song for No Man’s Land, #1) review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB Í 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 iTmarish demonic force Jones finds himself fighting an impossible war against an enemy that shouldn't existAndy Remic's A Song for No Man's Land is the first in an ongoing serie. Review also published here A Song for No Man's Land truly is an odd one It is far of a historical soldier's tale set during World War I than a fantasy and yet a fantasy story it is I somehow wonder if it had to be thoughThe supernatural elements only really creep in as part of the reality of the plot in the final chapters and personally that was too late I would have been fine without it or having them be down to the characters' deteriorating psyche and closeness to death's door But then things moved uickly and I scratched my head Things came out of left field and somehow it tainted some very strong scenes that had me captivated alreadyAnd yet still it held a certain charme and I want to know where this series will be going with it all The characters of Robert Jones George Webb and Charlie Bainbridge all had a good amount of depth and development to them and a sense of humanity They all brought the desperation of being involved in the Great War to the fore in different ways They all were broken both by the war and their prior life experiences And yet they were all sympathetic in my eyes at least most of the timeIt is down to the gritty trench warfare that focused so much on the characters their mental state their behavior under unsurmountable stress and the repetitiveness of their lives in the army that my rating is the way it is I liked it I did very much It clicked for me and I even enjoyed the traumatic flashback seuences throughoutBut I also believe that this could have easily been a better story had it been a one shot without the supernatural spin Up until the finale few changes would need to be made at all to turn this from a good into an excellent novella The anti war message remains strong and the shrapnel cuts deep but in the end the effects felt bluntedEither way I'll be reading the seuel

A Song for No Mans Land A Song for No Man’s Land #1Tmarish demonic force Jones finds himself fighting an impossible war against an enemy that shouldn't existAndy Remic's A Song for No Man's Land is the first in an ongoing serie. Review also published here A Song for No Man's Land truly is an odd one It is far of a historical soldier's tale set during World War I than a fantasy and yet a fantasy story it is I somehow wonder if it had to be thoughThe supernatural elements only really creep in as part of the reality of the plot in the final chapters and personally that was too late I would have been fine without it or having them be down to the characters' deteriorating psyche and closeness to death's door But then things moved uickly and I scratched my head Things came out of left field and somehow it tainted some very strong scenes that had me captivated alreadyAnd yet still it held a certain charme and I want to know where this series will be going with it all The characters of Robert Jones George Webb and Charlie Bainbridge all had a good amount of depth and development to them and a sense of humanity They all brought the desperation of being involved in the Great War to the fore in different ways They all were broken both by the war and their prior life experiences And yet they were all sympathetic in my eyes at least most of the timeIt is down to the gritty trench warfare that focused so much on the characters their mental state their behavior under unsurmountable stress and the repetitiveness of their lives in the army that my rating is the way it is I liked it I did very much It clicked for me and I even enjoyed the traumatic flashback seuences throughoutBut I also believe that this could have easily been a better story had it been a one shot without the supernatural spin Up until the finale few changes would need to be made at all to turn this from a good into an excellent novella The anti war message remains strong and the shrapnel cuts deep but in the end the effects felt bluntedEither way I'll be reading the seuel

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A Song for No Mans Land (A Song for No Man’s Land, #1) ´ 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 the attacking enemy starts to shapeshift into a nigh. A Song for No Man’s Land is a dull depressing slog of a novella that never seems to figure out what it wants to say For all of its short length it seems to drag on interminably before finally sputtering to a stop right when things seemed to almost start to get interesting It is the first book in a series of at least three so perhaps that can be forgiven but I’m not sure I care enough about Robert Jones to want to come back for Read the full review at SF Bluestocking characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Andy Remic

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Andy Remic ✓ 3 download 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. A fairly well written and haunting tale of WWI with an odd splash of fantasy mixed in that to me felt out of place with the overall tone I appreciate the goal of the story but in the end it did not fire on all cylinders for me I found myself oddly disconnected throughout and despite the relatively longer format for a novella it still didn't accomplish uite as much as I would hopeIt's a decent read especially if you're into militarywar stories