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Review: Tides of Honour by Genevieve Graham

Apr 24, 2016

A novel of love, loss, and honour amidst the horrors of war and its aftermath.

In the summer of 1916, Private Daniel Baker marches into battle with the boys of Nova Scotia’s 25th Battalion. Out of brutal necessity, Danny has steeled himself against the trials and horrors of war, but he is completely unprepared to meet the love of his life in war-torn France.

Audrey Poulin has the soul of an artist. She lives alone with her grandmother in the quiet French countryside, where her only joy is in her brush and palette. When, by chance, she encounters Danny, the handsome young soldier captures her heart and inspires her painting. The young lovers believe that only together can they face the hardships the war brings.

But love is just the beginning. Mere months later, Danny is gravely wounded at the Battle of the Somme, and his future is thrown into uncertainty. Soon, he and Audrey find themselves struggling to build a new life in Halifax, a city grieving its lost men. As the grey winter of 1917 sets in, Danny’s lack of purpose and Audrey’s isolation continue to mount, pulling the two apart just as a new catastrophe threatens their existence.

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I gave this book a 

Haunting, heart wrenching story of love.  Tides of Honour by Genevieve Graham takes readers on a journey, allowing us to experience and cherish the love between Audrey and Daniel. Graham has an uncanny ability to embody the readers, extraordinarily pervading them with the love, pain and suffering of her characters.  Tides of Honour will escort you to unique shores, where solace and love change lives  Add Tides of Honour to your summer reading list. 

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Special thanks to Graham and her team at  Simon & Schuster Canada for allowing me to read this wonderful and enchanting story. 

Genevieve Graham has some amazing historicals

 you won't want to miss!!

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Publisher: Simon & Schuster Canada
                 Pub Date: April 2015

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