Friday, July 8, 2016

Everyone Brave Is Forgiven

Fidelity. Literary fiction fans can find much to enjoy in Chris Cleave’s latest novel titled, Everyone Brave Is Forgiven. Set in London during World War II, Cleave presents complex and interesting characters, places them into relationships that cross class and race boundaries, and propels a plot that draws readers into the stress of life during war both on the battlefield and at home. Cleave’s descriptive language and insight into human behavior combine to offer a vivid and resonant portrayal of love, fidelity and of course, bravery in all its forms. I didn’t expect to enjoy reading yet one more novel set during the second world war, but here I am enjoying all four hundred plus pages of another finely written novel set during that time. Rating: Five-star (I love it) Click here to purchase Everyone Brave Is Forgiven from

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