I really enjoyed this book. Narration was great! It was exciting and thoroughly engrossing. Mostly about the DDay planning and the difficulty of keeping the plans secret. My only complaint is that it was a bit hard to follow-there were so many characters and so much intrigue. German spies, American spies, British spies, and some turned German spies who were captured and now working for the British. Lots of names! The main characters, however, were very interesting and I got a sense of what war does to people who otherwise would not be in these positions. I really liked this book and could follow enough to understand the complicated plot- for the most part. I definitely recommend this book if you like intrigue and stories about WW11.
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.
Interesting, Intriguing, fascinating history.
I bought this book several years ago and listened to it, and then bought it again by mistake. But even after I realized that I had listened to it before, I still listened to the entire book again because it was so well written and so well narrated.
I love the last 150 years of history. Bully Pulpit and the Wilson biography absolute best!
One of the best suspense spy stories you'll find. The narrator's voices and accents are worth the price alone. Slightly disappointing ending but a wonderful listen nonetheless!