To celebrate the release of our latest publication, Green on Blue by Elliot Ackerman, we asked you to let us know your favourite war fiction. Green on Blue is a thrilling, heartbreaking story of a young Afghan boy coming of age in a country at war, which Khaled Hosseini, author of The Kite Runner, called ‘harrowing, brutal and utterly absorbing’. So what did you choose as your favourite front line fiction?
— Daunt Books (@Dauntbooks) March 30, 2016
Here’s what you suggested:
— Dominic Winter (@DWinterAuctions) March 30, 2016
@Dauntbooks Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche. It is relevant, stellar narrative and leaves you with thought provoking dialogue
— Rosh (@roshnivatnani) March 30, 2016
@Dauntbooks The Things They Carried, Tim O'Brien – simply the most affecting, unflinching and brutally honest war fiction there is
— Urbane Publications (@urbanepub) March 30, 2016
And our winner…
— Julie Bull (@JulieEBull) March 30, 2016
Thanks to all who took part. Elliot Ackerman’s Green on Blue is available now.