Reviews

The Elephant Crossing

The Elephant Crossing, published by Matriarch Publishing, priced £10. Author Justine McGrath and artist Justine Simpson Worboys share a love of creat...

Make it a priority

MY MOTHER died of breast cancer when I was 17 – she was 43. She was raised in an orphanage and didn’t know her family history so when I turned 40, I w...

Review: The Cold Blue

The Cold Blue, a documentary from award winning film-maker Erik Nelson, features recently-discovered footage shot during Second World War combat missi...

Review: The Grumpit

THE Grumpit is a self-help storybook for two-to-ten-year-olds created by army spouse, Polly Bateman, to help her young son grow in confidence and self...

Book review: Courage After the Battle

MUM-of-three Samantha Englishby, who has been an Army wife for 15 years and has lived in seven different parts of the UK, reviews Courage After the Ba...

Book review: Pieces of Me

Pieces of Me by Natalie Hart is a love story between Emma, a British civilian working in Iraq, and Adam, an American soldier deployed there. We asked ...

Review: The Fool

Guest reviewer Loretta Brennan, who has a son in the British Army, tells us her thoughts on The Fool by Army spouse Michelle Moore… Loretta Br...

Book Club: Eyes to the skies

In our latest Army&You and Reading Force Book Club, military youngsters got stuck into Brightstorm: A Sky-Ship Adventure by Vashti Hardy. Here’s w...

Review: The Soldier Who Came Back

THE Soldier Who Came Back is the story of an unlikely friendship that was to lead to one of the most daring wartime escape stories ever told. Antony C...