The award-winning writer of “Schindler’s List,” Thomas Keneally, sends his readers back in time to The Great War, the one promised to be the last of its kind. Our unlikely and shifting narrators are Australian nurses, two sisters who not only survive, but thrive just behind the front lines.
We find heroes among these women warriors, who at times “considered yielding to tears,” yet did not because “there was nowhere to put them. Both hands were full” of wounded men.
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