A few years ago, a Mennonite at the Kutztown Folk Festival gave me a copy of Regeneration by Pat Barker. It was in a bin of dollar books at his church’s tent, and while I dug for grungy bills, he told me I could have whatever I wanted, free.
I started reading Regeneration over the weekend. I’m through Chapter 4, and I really like it. A compelling picture of care has already emerged (and I expect to be woefully, blissfully subdued by the anti-war message throughout).