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I listened to this story on CDs. The action and war parts of the book were interesting and often suspenseful. Read more
A great story, but a major disappointment at the last few pages. it was like Doig ran out of paper and just dumped the story. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sny Magill
I bought this book, but the language is really bad, I would not recommend it at all!!! The story line is interesting, but it's hard to get around the abuse of Deity. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jacquie Pickens
This book got off to a slow start for me but I did enjoy it. It addressed the women's role in flying aircraft which isn't usually the case.Published 6 months ago by Iris E. Cantlon
Ivan Doig is one of my favrorate authors.
This is a good story and held together very well. It also took me back to 1943-46 my own term of service
The book was hard to follow because of all the war jargon and acronyms used. The characters were well denied, though.Published 12 months ago by Libbett Watson
It is rare for me not to finish a book, but this one was one of those! I adored The Whispering Season and The Bartender's Tale, but found this one pale in comparison. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sylvia Cooke
This work continues Doig's mastery of descriptive language and brings the war into personal perspective using the purely American sport of college football and the men who played... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Gary Lee, Jr.
Well written, hard to set down. A brief history of much of World War II from a different perspective. Amazing regarding number of Montanans who served.Published 12 months ago by Irene H. Peters