Loss is More


A story following a Welsh soldier’s traumatic experiences of frontline action and wounding in France during WW1 and of redemption and acceptance in Snowdonia in Wales.

Print ISBN: 978-0-9932299-1-6

304 Pages

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For one man the trauma of life in the trenches during World War 1 and the consequent loss of friends and family, results in a reassessment of his life. Having left the front-line, George Williams finds beauty and solace in the coastline and mountains of Snowdonia in North Wales. Here, friends and adversaries help him to adjust to and appreciate his life.

Also by Phil Morgans – Hymns and Barriers

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3 reviews for Loss is More

  1. Ann Bateman

    Overall I thought the book was exceptionally well written and portrayed a good mix of light humour and joy but also much heartbreak. An amazing story excellently told.

  2. Steve Penny

    Phil Morgans really is a first class storyteller. The story is skilfully woven around the hardships of the time and the horror of life in the trenches. A well written and entertaining book.

  3. Ruth Robinson

    The novel has a wonderful sense of time and place. Having grown up in the valleys in the 1960s and 70s , the dialogue reflected the cadences of elderly great aunts and uncles, who would have been young adults during the Great War. Oh, the hiraeth!

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