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Pressfield has awesome skills in storytelling, historical research and bringing the story to life.
That is the short of it: great story with great characters that is impossible to put down until you've finished the final page.
The book is highly recommended for the LRDG enthusiast and anyone who enjoys World War II fiction.
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 15 days 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 1 month 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 2 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 3 months ago by Ash Ryan
One of the best narrated books I have listened to. So much so that I immediately listened to it again. I have only done that once before in a long history of narrated books. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Hewes Agnew
A great historical fiction writer. You learn a lot and are entertained. Pressfield lets you know right up front what is fact and what is fiction.Published 6 months ago by Cessna
Great read! read it on my kindle and missed the fact that the first chapter is not a preface but part of the fiction and so was a little unclear about where the line was between... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael C Hoffman