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Gripping first person prespective on the war in africa in the early 1940's. Powerful, gripping, so well researched you feel like you're there. Brilliant.Published 27 days ago by Robert C. Engman
Incredible story of incredible soldiers fighting against enemy forces and nature. Desert chivalry told as an act of war. Thrilling to the last line.Published 2 months ago by JLTRAVA
Thrilling read; hard to put down. Really expanded my thoughts on the North African campaign.Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
Well written and researched book. I'd highly recommend it to anyone looking for an easy to read historical fiction.Published 2 months ago by Tyson Arnold
I will change my rateting when you update the maps so that you can read them on my iPad. I would some check maps and pictures before OK them for sale.Published 3 months ago by David L. Finnin
I enjoyed the book but you have to really enjoy history ,,dates, names, and geography to enjoy this book. Also, there were no maps which was very disappointing.. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Drozelle
As always, Stephen Pressfield delivers a great story blurring the lines between a fictional character cast within historic events while simultaneously capturing the spirit and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Randen Dunlap
Desert Storm, Iraqi Freedom and Intrinsic Action veteran. There are things about the desert that are hard to describe but you do come to love. Pressfield accurately describes them. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Robert Logue
My second-favorite Pressfield novel, after Gates of Fire. Killing Rommel similarly features vividly-drawn characters (though even more relatable since more contemporary) whose... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ash Ryan