The Youngest Doughboy by Steve Sterling (Book Review #1143)

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The youngest doughboy is a war fiction story about Ernest Wrentmore, who goes to Europe and fights in WW1 at the age of 13. The literature is a screenplay filled with the reality of war, death, and killing.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

The premise of the story is a beautiful read. Ernest manages to enlist and deceives all, and to what extent does his courage go? What truly happens on battlefields? Who are the real winners, or aren’t we all at a loss?

I found the story and the writing to be pleasant to read. True events genuinely inspired the circumstances made this read even more special. This is a good reminder of the sacrifices people make and have done throughout the years serving for their country, and it also represents love, determination, and courage.

I recommend this book to those who appreciate war fiction.

Written by Jeyran Main

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