Comrades-in-Arms by Rita Oakes (2015-09-05)

Book Comrades-in-Arms by Rita Oakes (2015-09-05)

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- Publisher: Lethe Press (1641)
- Bestsellers rank: 2
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  • By Passionate Reader on November 16, 2015

    This book drew me in right from the beginning, and it just got better. The last two stories, one about a downed pilot among Polish underground fighters and the last about Roma in a WWII refugee camp, are especially rich in vividly drawn details that sweep you along with the inexorable but often unpredictable flow of the stories. The writing is equally deft in managing unflinching scenes of violence and moments of tenderness and simple joys. Highly recommended for those interested in history, the bonding or dividing effects of war, and excellent writing in general. Some of the bonding involves men with men, some men with women, and some...well, some defies expectations.

  • By Calbraith on March 27, 2016

    I've got to echo the other (three so far) reviews in praising this. The details are convincing, and the stories and characters are gripping.While the majority of the stories have supernatural elements (nicely contrasted with the realistic descriptions), the last three tales do not -- and the success of those last tales suggests that Oakes could write straight-ahead historical fiction full-time (though I would miss her supernatural tales).

  • By PJV on January 5, 2018

    Really oddball collection of stories but I enjoyed them all. Full of insight and information with gripping plot and depth.

  • By Voracious Reader on February 6, 2016

    This book is both exciting and well-written, and I enjoyed it from the first page. Rita Oakes has a way with her words that just captivates you. It's clear the author spent a lot of time researching her work, and I really enjoyed how I could almost visualize each scene as it unfolded. I also loved the way she developed her characters. There are a lot of books out there with a historical plot, but there aren't a lot out there that dabble into gay fiction. Excellent read! Not many can understand the depths of relationships formed in times of terror, tragedy, fear, and pain, but the author has done an amazing job of doing so.I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

  • By S K Frampton on December 30, 2015

    Engaging from the start, these tales are riveting. I couldn't wait to finish each story to learn how the characters fared on and off the battlefield, but I also didn't want the stories to end. Rita Oakes brings the characters, the battles and the settings to life. I look forward to reading more from this author.

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