The Cartographer of No Man's Land by P.S. Duffy
My rating: 1 of 5 stars
What is it with WWI? Are we gearing up for the centennial of the war starting? Did I miss something? Whatever it is, this is one of the many books I seem to have read that in some way deal with WWI (some also deal with WWII, like Letters from Skye).
The thing is, the story has to be engaging and after 100 pages, this one wasn't. Father-son problems, the horrors of war, a son without a father because he's at war? Nothing new and nothing that grabbed me. DNF.
ARC provided by publisher.