Character development was fantastic. The storyline was realistic and had various levels of depth adding a richness to the book. I'm not usually into wartime books but this was great.
This is a good story. The characters are very well-developed. There are quite a few twists and surprises along the way. The action is nonstop. Thevonly reason for four stars is that The ending is a bit too quickly resolved and anti-climatic. Still a great story worth listening to.
I love WWII stories and this is a good one. it reminds me a lot of Ken Follett's Eye of the Needle but with many twists and turns. The characters are well-developed and the action plenty fast enough to keep you listening. If you are a fan of this genre, I don't think you can go wrong with this one.
Slow to start and very dull. Gets better in the later part of the book. At times it is very hard to understand the involvement of each person and to keep them seperated.. Good information on WWII and alll that went into the invasion..
I have read/listened to many of Daniel Silvas books, and they are all very well written. The narrator on this one however leaves much to be desired. I think with a different reader, say a Scot Brick for example, I would probably rate this 4 or maybe even 5 stars. So if you don't mind much about the narration, then this is an excellent story with a good plot, however if the reader makes a difference, I would suggest another of Mr. Silvas works.
This story has intrigue, drama set against the backdrop of the impending D-Day invasion. The inclusion of real people & some of their actual actions added notes of realism to the story. I enjoyed Michael Page's narration. He gave each character a different voice. Some of the plot was a bit slow, but it was an excellent first book.
Narrator was great, I hated for the story to end. Very intricate plot. Captivating view of WW2 history.