The Eye in the Door

The Eye in the Door

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The Eye in the Door is the winner of the Guardian Fiction Prize and the second book in Pat Barker's acclaimed Regeneration trilogy.

London, 1918, and Billy Prior is working for Intelligence in the Ministry of Munitions. But his private encounters with pacifists, objectors, and homosexuals force him to confront his inability to be the dutiful soldier his superiors wish him to be. Pat Barker's The Eye in the Door is a heart-rending study of the contradictions of war and of those forced to live through it.

'Gripping, moving, profoundly intelligent ... bursting with energy and darkly funny' Independent on Sunday

'Superb' A.S. Byatt

'Exhilaratingly readable' The Times Literary Supplement

'Unwaveringly intense and intelligent' Sunday Times

'Spellbinding' Sunday Telegraph

'One of the strongest and most interesting novelists of her generation' Guardian
'She remains peerless in her articulation of the unspoken word' Observer

Other titles in the trilogy:
Regeneration
The Ghost Road
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Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 111 x 181mm
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0143566474
  • 9780143566472
  • 2,241,474

Author information

Pat Barker is the author of Union Street, Blow Your House Down, The Century's Daughter, The Man Who Wasn't There, the Regeneration Trilogy (Regeneration, The Eye in the Door and The Ghost Road), Another World, Border Crossing, Double Vision, and the Life Class Trilogy (Life Class, Toby's Room and Noonday). Pat Barker lives in Durham.
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6,689 ratings
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4 42% (2,830)
3 19% (1,283)
2 3% (232)
1 1% (50)
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