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Zero Over Berlin Hardcover – July 1, 2004
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"Much more than just a plane-ride story, Zero Over Berlin offers a broad canvas of a world uneasily slipping into a world war. "- The Complete Review
Top Customer Reviews
As for this being a pro-axis book. Come on, pilots of an axis power would consider England as the enemy. This doesn't mean that the book is trying to make what Japan did in WW2 acceptable. One of the two pilots, Ando, even hates the Japanese military for what they have done.
On a side note, I saw the author talk about this book in San Francisco. It's interesting that an engineer for Honda would become an author.
Even he is sure this book will not become a movie or mini-series, as a couple of his other books have in Japan, because of the production cost.
BTW, what are the other books in the trilogy? I've only seen this one...
The only negative mark is that it lacks a little in the prose. I imagine this happens when books are translated from one language to another, so no fault to he author. It was a little less "smooth" than reading Ludlum, Follett, etc.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty good WWII novel from a Japanese author, didn't find it "pro-axis" like some reviewers. It reads fast, very enjoyable.Published on May 5, 2010 by Campos
Yes, the story line is interesting, and the book moves along energetically, and the historical details are informative. No one's going to deny that. Read morePublished on October 28, 2004 by zombie