This story was a very new viewpoint of the War for me. As Fannie finds herself in charge of the family farm, and with brothers off to War and her father's death, she is faced with a struggle as to how to bring in the crops and feed those who need the crops.
As the German War prisoners come to work the farm, she is concerned about what is causing accidents. Is it the Germans? And if so, which one?
It is a fascinating book and it is easy to read and enjoy. It is written with clarity and it is interesting to see both sides of the story in a new and interesting setting and with a different dimension of the human situation of this time.
Will Fannie succeed in managing their large farm and all the difficulties that she experiences? I highly recommend this very interesting and engaging book.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing. All thoughts are my own.