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This novel challenges our assumptions about relationships between the classes, doctors and patients, men and women, and men and men. It completes the author's exploration of the First World War, and is a timeless depiction of humanity in extremis. Winner of the 1995 Booker Prize.
©2005 Pat Barker; (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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By Jeff Lacy on 04-12-17

Superior across the board

Peter Firth does a superior job narrating this trilogy. One of the best performances I have heard. He brings the story to life-sensitive to phrasing, dialogue, and character distinction (finding the voice of each character). As such, he does a great service to Pat Barker's trilogy that is written with great imagination, painting the story and characters with care and balance.

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By Timothy J. Smith on 07-13-16

An essential read for WWI

Alongside The Guns of August this trilogy is utterly remarkable in its power to convey the humanity and inhumanity that is modern warfare. The brusque comparison to the so called primitive head-hunting culture with its ritualized but contained conflicts is especially thought provoking

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By Johanna on 12-23-12

An amazing finish to this trilogy

A brilliant look at the effects of that terrible war on all that participated. Wonderful detail and characters.

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By Mukesh on 10-03-12

Very Good

I recommend the whole 3 books. They are very moving. I listened to the book now twice.

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By Anonymous User on 12-02-17

Pat Barker’s Regeneration Trilogy

Highly recommended.
Cant praise it too highly.
Characters fighting in the 1st world war and their medic are exquisitely portrayed, their experience became my experience. If you didnt believe in the horror & futility of war before reading, you certainly will afterwards..

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By Roderic on 09-07-16

Extraordinary, Sad, Deeply Real

I have greatly appreciated all three novels in the Regeneration trilogy. Pat Barker writes extremely well and brings to life the period of World War 1 with the interweaving of extensive fact with a fiction that carries the reader through the poignant story.

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