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Some parts are off the scale. I could have re read this book straight away.Published 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
This reads more like a journalistic report rather than a novel with a fully developed plot with the action leading the reader through a story. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JESJR44
Great book, only downside is it doesn't keep going. Gives a great insight into the desert campaign we don't hear much about. Loved it.Published 3 months ago by chris theriot
Absolutely breathtaking, skillful depiction of the desert warfare of WWII.Published 3 months ago by GayleT
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 4 months 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 6 months ago by JLTRAVA
Thrilling read; hard to put down. Really expanded my thoughts on the North African campaign.Published 6 months ago by Kindle Customer