Wheels of War published by Oxford University Press

What if you are nobody?

Wouldn't life be easy, then? You'd have no wants, no ambitions, no desires, no friends, no family.

If you had nothing to lose, you wouldn't have to worry about war, danger, death - anything at all.

Will is a servant in a big house, and all he has to do is obey orders. But when war comes, Will finds himself having to make decisions and look after the others.

But then the war comes closer still...

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