P.S. Duffy was the September Author in the Spotlight here on BookSnob and she, along with her publisher W.W. Norton, are giving away 3 copies to readers who live in the United States.
The Cartographer of No Man's Land has been selected as one of 6 finalists for the Dayton Literary Peace Prize in fiction.
And the winners are.........
Esperanza from Michigan
Anne B. from New Mexico
Sorry if you didn't win. You can find copies of the book at bookstores.
Here is a excerpt of my book review:
2014 marks the 100 year anniversary of the start of World War 1 and I am trying to read and learn as much about World War 1 as I can. I'm so glad I found P.S. Duffy's novel as she has created a memorable story, with a cast of creative characters that will linger in my mind for a long time.
The Cartographer of No Man's Land is a novel about WWI but it also a novel of peace and the anti-war movement. It is full of love, longing and loss and it is sure to touch your heart as it did mine. It is a beautiful, powerful story.