Worthless Men

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It's a thoughtful and memorable story and Walter in particular is a character that is likely to live long in the memory.
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Synopsis

A novel about the First World War that is as mesmerising as it is unusual, a triumphant new work?by one of the most acclaimed writers of the 90s.
 
 
Published November 4, 2013 by Windsor.
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Guardian

Good
Reviewed by Alfred Hickling on Feb 22 2013

Provincial realism it may be; to suggest it's nothing special is too modest by half.

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The Bookbag

Good
on Feb 12 2013

It's a thoughtful and memorable story and Walter in particular is a character that is likely to live long in the memory.

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We Love This Book

Excellent
on Feb 14 2013

This novel has the feel of an elegiac poem and is an absolute delight to read.

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BookTrust

Good

Cowan's novel may be slow burning, but it's scorching in its indictment of Britain's class machinery and that sense of superiority that views poor men, and women, as worthless.

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