“Sedgwick’s powerful and haunting WWI story probes ideas of death and healing, fate and free will. . . . Readers will be immediately drawn in.”–Publishers Weekly, Starred
“In Sasha’s compelling, urgent narrative, Sedgwick skillfully connects young peoples’ struggles for power and self-determination with the deepest questions about fate, free will, and the meaning of patriotism.”–Booklist, Starred
From the Paperback edition.