By Ivan Petrus
Vicky Braedy is the last descendant of a WW1 tank crew member: E.H. Braedy, who died exactly 100 years ago in Passchendaele, near a legendary tank called 'Fray Bentos'. His body and the tank were never found.
Vicky has inherited all his writings and memorabilia, and decides to travel to Flanders Fields with her husband, to look for clues and traces concerning her great-great grandfather. In fact, she is stepping into the footsteps of Braedy's wife, her great-great grandmother Victoria, in what will turn out to be a journey full of confrontations. When she finds out that Braedy's name tag was found in Cambrai, Vicky drives from Passchendaele to Cambrai.
Same tanks, different battlefield. Vicky Braedy is an only child, looking into family secrets. She is the last Braedy. Or is she? And who is Deborah?
An intriguing, page turning graphic novel.
At first I didn't really know what to think of the book ... I don't want to give too much away, but anyone interested in the history of the tank or the first world war will like the book. definitely a buy recommendation