Tom Bedlam, by George Hagen

tom bedlamThis was a random grab from the library. I’d never heard of the book before, but I enjoyed the tone/atmosphere from page 1. The book turned out to be much broader than I was expecting from the description, and I admit I liked the first quarter of it a lot better than the rest. Some of that tone and atmosphere I’d loved disappeared in the rest of the book, which spanned about 50 years up until the end of WWI. It ended up being more of a family saga than what I was expecting. It was good, but again I liked the first part best.

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