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This novel is very well written and historically accurate.
That is the short of it: great story with great characters that is impossible to put down until you've finished the final page.
I read Pressfield's Gates of Fire and consider it one of the best novels of ancient history, right up there with Mary Renault.
When I first read this book some years ago I was never aware of the LRDG or any of the the events they took part in. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Krhome
Started a little slow but truly captures the emotion and real world life of war. Makes one really think about who the true "heroes" are.Published 1 month ago by kp
If you like World War 2 stories, this is a great one. It's written in the classic adventure story style; very old school. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ed
This was a good read with great details just like all of Pressfield's books. Really makes you feel like it really happened and you are reading through some guys journal. Recommend!Published 2 months ago by Ben McCallister
Pressfield has an amazing ability to draw us into the story while maintaining historical accuracy. If you loved "Gates of Fire" you will really enjoy this unique account... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rob Foster
Sometimes reality is better than fiction. Books like this make me wish my calling was being an author. Thank you for the work.Published 3 months ago by SampsonSurgical
This book is a phenomenal fiction story, told within the context of accurate history, written by a master storyteller. I read this book in two and a half days. Just fantastic.Published 4 months ago by Milton Friedman
I loved Gates of Fire, Tides of War, and even Last of the Amazons. Then Pressfield nearly lost me with his two Alexander books, both of which smacked of cheap, hurried pulp pushed... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Romantic Whiskers
Though I think Mr. Pressfield is a wonderful writer, I wasn't sure I would like Killing Rommel. But having now read it, I can't wait to read some memoirs of his fictional hero's... Read morePublished 5 months ago by David H. Eisenberg