Regeneration
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(4.1 based on 406 ratings)
  • 1
    Regeneration: The Regeneration Trilogy, Book 1 | Pat Barker

    Regeneration: The Regeneration Trilogy, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By Pat Barker
    • Narrated By Peter Firth
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (215)
    Performance
    (147)
    Story
    (154)

    In Craiglockhart war hospital, Dr William Rivers attempts to restore the sanity of officers from World War I. When Siegfried Sassoon publishes his declaration of protest against the war, the authorities decide to have him declared mentally defective and send him to Craiglockhart.

    Don't Miss This One!

    A beautifully written novel, the first in Barker's "Regeneration Trilogy" (the third volume won the Booker Prize). Set in a war hosp..Show More »

    Reviewed on July 28 2009 by Cariola (Chambersburg, PA USA)
  • 2
    The Eye in the Door: The Regeneration Trilogy, Book 2 | Pat Barker

    The Eye in the Door: The Regeneration Trilogy, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 42 mins)
    • By Pat Barker
    • Narrated By Peter Firth
    Overall
    (87)
    Performance
    (56)
    Story
    (58)

    It is 1918, and Prior is in London working as an intelligence officer. His concern is the enemy within � though a clear definition of who exactly the enemy is proves harder to come by than he might have imagined.

    Moving On . . .

    In this volume, the characters introduced in Regeneration move on. Sassoon is sent back to the front; the doctor joins a colleague in London; Billy P..Show More »

    Reviewed on July 28 2009 by Cariola (Chambersburg, PA USA)
  • 3
    The Ghost Road: The Regeneration Trilogy, Book 3 | Pat Barker

    The Ghost Road: The Regeneration Trilogy, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 51 mins)
    • By Pat Barker
    • Narrated By Peter Firth
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (104)
    Performance
    (66)
    Story
    (65)

    This novel challenges our assumptions about relationships between the classes, doctors and patients, men and women, and men and men. It completes the author's exploration of the First World War, and is a timeless depiction of humanity in extremis. Winner of the 1995 Booker Prize.

    A big disappointment

    I loved the first in this series. The second in the series left a lot to be desired. The third and final, having been raved about and won awards, wa..Show More »

    Reviewed on August 02 2014 by GP (Greenwood, CA, United States)