Definitive in it's war telling yet a novel that captures the human interactions of family and fellow politicians. The exposing of familial interludes during an intense period of bombing and rationing reveals a side of the war period that , for the most part, hasn't been brought into light. It promoted an interest in Churchill and Britain in the 1940's that I'd have otherwise passed on. Larson, once again, sure did his work.

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