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Under the Yew Tree

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A heart-warming WW2 Dystopian novel perfect for those readers who loved SSGB.What-if the South East of England had been occupied by German forces during WW2. The people of Sussex find themselves under dark authoritarian rule: the press, radio and television are controlled and even in the villages the stifling presence of the German army is felt.Joseph and Julia are part of a small village and farming community, young lovers caught up in the horrors of war. To the occupying forces and the outside world, Joseph appears to be just the son of a farming family; to the few that know; he is the youngest member of the Resistance.Living with the enemy tests the character of every individual. The close-knit and resilient community needs to carry on with their work lives regardless of the challenging factors around them... but their daily lives are filled with betrayal, collaboration, resistance and death.

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Author(s):
John Charles Hall
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Used: very good

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A heart-warming WW2 Dystopian novel perfect for those readers who loved SSGB.What-if the South East of England had been occupied by German forces during WW2. The people of Sussex find themselves under dark authoritarian rule: the press, radio and television are controlled and even in the villages the stifling presence of the German army is felt.Joseph and Julia are part of a small village and farming community, young lovers caught up in the horrors of war. To the occupying forces and the outside world, Joseph appears to be just the son of a farming family; to the few that know; he is the youngest member of the Resistance.Living with the enemy tests the character of every individual. The close-knit and resilient community needs to carry on with their work lives regardless of the challenging factors around them... but their daily lives are filled with betrayal, collaboration, resistance and death.

Author(s):
John Charles Hall
Condition:
Used: very good

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