On the eve of WWI, two students fall in love in Harvard's hallowed halls and must face a world at war from opposing sides
Helen Windship Brooks is struggling to find herself at the world-renowned Harvard-Radcliffe University when brooding German poet Wils bursts into her life. As they fall deeply in love on the brink of WWI, anti-German sentiments mount and Wils' future at Harvard - and in America - is in increasing danger. When Wils is called to fight for the Kaiser, Helen must decide if she is ready to fight her own battle for what she loves most.
From Harvard's hallowed halls to Belgium's war-ravaged battlefields, The End of Innocence is a powerful new vision of finding love and hope in a violent, broken world.
Includes an afterword read by the author.
I expected more from this story. It was just a romance, dressed up to be a "gritty" WWI drama. Also, this narrator is not one of my favorites. Sorry, this one isn't very good.
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