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Posted August 30, 2010
A Midnight Clear by William Wharton and my thoughts
I thought that A Midnight Clear was an okay, but stimulating novel. The author William Wharton really pulls you into the story by creating such realistic and believable characters such as Mother and Wont. While reading this text I felt myself slowly being pulled into the quarrel between the men, being that the obligation to serve their country and wanting to get out of the war. Wharton really showed the terrifying aspects of war, such as being sent out on patrol, or having ineffective and incompetent leaders. But all in all the story was one of action and drama. William really made you feel like your right there with them through the whole ordeal. This is why I justify my ratings on this novel, I would also recommend this novel to any reader who is a history buff and enjoys novels involving World War II and it's historical events.
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Posted April 23, 2003
A midnight Clear
I think that this book is farely interesting, but it is mostly slow reading, until you get to a fight or something exciting. I think it is cool to read about what happened during WWII, and everything these men had to experience. It is sad that some had to die, but that is part of war.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.