'Magnificent - deeply moving' Sunday Times
'Engrossing, moving, and unforgettable' The Times
In the heat of the French summer of 1910, young Englishman Stephen Wraysford arrives in Amiens to stay with the Azaire family. But soon a secret passion emerges that threatens to destroy the household. Six years later, Stephen finds himself on the Western Front with civilization itself in the balance. And in a maze of tunnels under the trenches he will fight for everything he has known and loved.
An epic of love, death and redemption, Birdsong has moved millions of readers all over the world to become a contemporary classic.