by Michael Morpurgo [j Morpurgo or jPB Morpurgo]
first picked up this book because of the "warish" title hoping to find a
book filled with the brutality and intensity of the act of war. Instead
I found another side of the war scene in Private Peaceful, an
interpretation that showed the interpersonal effects that war have on a
young mind. Yes there is still the brutality that come with the
territory but it is not the focus of this book and makes for a very
interesting point-of-view for the usually war book reader. I highly
recommend this novel if you regularly find yourself drawn to these style
of books, I am sure you will find yourself deep into the reading as I
was. -- review submitted by Kellen R. - a customer of the Gere Branch Library
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