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What did you love best about The Long Way Home?
Facts presented in personal way.
What did you like best about this story?
Fascinating comparison from pre-WWI era to today, especially wrt prejudices and hardships experienced by emigrants.
What about Erik Synnestvedt’s performance did you like?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
soldiers' descriptions of what they went through during the war.
Any additional comments?
At times, the horrors of war and the prejudices against emigrants was a bit much to bear.
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This book is a chronicle of 12 men who emigrated to the United states in the early 1900s. many of these men, not American citizens, fought in their old homelands and beyond for the United States and sometimes even against the very people who had once been their neighbors. There are 12 stories, some of which intertwine, some of which do not, which does make it a little bit confusing. Some passages repeat themselves, while other seem to jump around. The narration almost made me give up, but the tales of these men, and many others, kept my interest and inspiration. It is worth a credit!
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