War and Remembrance by Herman Wouk

The novel is a historical saga that continues the story of an American family during World War II. It follows the naval career of one of the family members, his experiences in the Pacific, and his struggles with his marriage. Simultaneously, the narrative also focuses on the harrowing experiences of his Jewish relatives in Europe, who are caught in the horrors of the Holocaust. The novel provides a detailed account of the war on multiple fronts, both personal and political, and explores themes of love, loss, and the human capacity for survival.

The 4887th greatest book of all time


Published
1978
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
1042-1056
Words
588,000
Original Language
English

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