At the start of the "phoney war", Autumn 1939, Lt. Grange has command of an isolated blockhouse in a forest on the Belgian frontier. As the men await the German attack, they fall victim to the peaceful unreality of the forest. By the author of the Goncourt Prizewinning novel, "The Opposing Shore".
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