1915 (The War Years Book 2)

The War Years Book The first brutal year of World War I has ended and now everyone understands this isn t a war that will end by Christmas With thousands lying dead on the fields of France and Belgium the Keeton brothe

  • Title: 1915 (The War Years Book 2)
  • Author: James Farner
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The first brutal year of World War I has ended and now everyone understands this isn t a war that will end by Christmas With thousands lying dead on the fields of France and Belgium, the Keeton brothers continue to fight on Danny discovers the painful truth of what happened to his older brother Jacob Keeton, and realises not all enemies wear the uniform of a German soldiThe first brutal year of World War I has ended and now everyone understands this isn t a war that will end by Christmas With thousands lying dead on the fields of France and Belgium, the Keeton brothers continue to fight on Danny discovers the painful truth of what happened to his older brother Jacob Keeton, and realises not all enemies wear the uniform of a German soldier A brief reprieve from the war allows him to live the life of a fifteen year old for a fleeting moment, before the war takes a new and brutal turn When Danny discovers the bullets of his own side can be just as deadly as those from Imperial Germany, death might be closer than he thinks Other books in the War Years series 1914 The War Years Book 1 Remember to check out my original Made in Yorkshire series, where you can meet the offspring of many of the characters featured here It all starts with 1964 Made in Yorkshire Book 1 , which you can own for free today

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  • James Farner

    James Farner is a professional writer and draws upon his love of fiction and his love of stories that span generations His signature series Made in Yorkshire was born out of a desire to find out what happened next At the end of every good film, book, or TV show the characters disappear and that s the end of them James isn t alone in the desire to find out what happened to the characters afterwards.This is how Made in Yorkshire appeared Starting from 1953 and driving on to the modern day, James explores the different eras of Britain through his colourful cast of characters.Prior to writing fiction, he enjoyed a career as a freelance writer His writing has appeared online, in magazines, and in a variety of other publications.When not writing, he can be found sketching, watching sports, and playing the tin whistle.

  • 968 Comments

  • really enjoyed reading this book. like with the first book of this series I felt like I was in the story myself and was unable to put the book down, I was glad I had it on my phone so I could continue reading in the car and at dinner, lunch and breakfast. when the end of the story came near I found myself cursing at the characters. I really recommend this book if you enjoyed the first one, I have to say that I did prefer the first one more to this one.


  • It's a fast read however shows the British military and society in a very bad light. This is not "All Quiet on the Westerm Front." That book was also very anti-war but presented more comrradery that the British. The ending is a bit contrived with all the snobbery represented by the privalliaged class. May read the next one in the series but in no rush. May re-read "All Quiet". first. (less) 0 minutes ago · delete


  • Another Great One!!!!This was another outstanding one by Mr. James Farner. At the rate I am going, I do not think it will be any books he has written that I will not like. This one was full of action, making it hard to put down. I highly recommend this one. Make sure each of the books are read in the proper order or else you will be missing a great deal of the plot.


  • Still a good readThe excitement continues as there oldest brother enters the story and the twins find love in Paris. Danby is court martialed and escapes death.


  • it's interesting reading from a teenage war veteran point of view, I still feel all of the books should be one, yet it doesn't stop the interest. the twin brothers manage some reprieve and enjoy life, their first kisses and girls whom love men in uniform, Danny takes his lust for his girl back to the trenches, war life changes and not always as expected. eager to read the follow up books, they'll have to wait a while.


  • The horrors of World War and and a family scattered continueDanny and Charlie are still underage,trying to find their brothers, and most of all trying to stay alive fighting for their country. The disappearance of their older brother haunted them as they try to stay focussed can they find anything to help them focus on something real again?


  • Great ReadAs the first book does, this one continues the suspense associated with the war years. The book is an attention getter and will make you want to pick up the next one in the series.


  • WarReading about the world war from the perspective of fifteen year old boys is very different than from a history book. The Keeton family appears dysfunctional but in that period of time, life was probably that hard.


  • The story continues I read this book because I read the first in the series and wanted to know where the story went. I wasn't disappointed as the story got a little better and the author dived further into the characters. I would still only suggest it for younger readers.


  • Great ReadThis whole collection is a terrific read and I highly recommend them. I know I will be reading more from James Farmer.



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