In the Great War, the sprawling wasteland between the trenches was called no man’s land, a place of desolation that no warm‑blooded man wished to cross. For there was something lurking out there in that barren wilderness, howling in the night, screams echoing against the dead trees – something that made brave soldiers cling tight to their rifles. Make no mistake, it was true that there were no men in no man’s land, only something far worse . . .
A decent copy, slight reading crease. Book is sound, bright and clean and in very good condition. Bags and boards optional, please add during checkout if required. Please examine photos carefully and see our notes on item condition before purchasing.