Soldier of the Horse Reader ☆ 234 pages Download õ Robert w mackay

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Soldier of the Horse Reader ☆ 234 pages Download õ Robert w. mackay Ç ➵ [Reading] ➷ Soldier of the Horse By Robert W. Mackay ➪ – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Winnipeg 1914 Tom Macrae is working on his law degree and enjoying the company of his sweetheart Ellen When the call Winnipeg 1914 Tom Macrae is working on his law degree and enjoying the company of his sweetheart Ellen When the call to arms comes both Tom and Ellen are torn from their secure settled lives in the prairie city Tom finds himself hunched in the trenches amid the mud and horror of the Great War while Ellen faces This historical novel by Robert Mackay is very well written and well researched and tells the story of a World War I soldier in the cavalry It was a horrible war and some of the book is difficult to read because it depicts the suffering men and horses had to endure but I came away from it with a greater understanding of the sacrifices our grandfathers and great grandfathers made during those yearsThe story is built around the relationship between a reluctant young soldier and his girl at home and a personal conflict between the young man and an officer from his home town Well worth reading

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An uncertain future in Tom's absence His prospects bleak Tom serves with the Canadian Cavalry Brigade in the thick of the stalemated struggles on the Western Front In addition to the soldiers' comradeship Tom discovers the strong bonds of trust between the soldiers and their horses With his own horse as his c A wonderful historical novel that brings World War I to life including the battlefields The plot places realistic characters in amazing situations and the setting is rich with detail that makes the story feel very authentic

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Soldier of the HorseLosest companion he dodges a hurricane of shells machine guns and swords and in the clamour faces his finest hour Inspired by his own father's story and letters about fighting in Picardy France Robert Mackay has written a novel that brings to life the great military history and traditions of the Canadian Caval A Canadian author writes a compelling story about a Canadian soldier in one of the last cavalry charges of WWI Good research and characterization in this very readable novel that helped me understand this aspect of warfare and relate to Tom the protagonist It's gritty and violent but so human and with good tension and pacing This novel won the IPPY gold medalHighly recommended for those who read historical military fiction