This is a blend of Tom Clancy and the history channel. As the book progressed, I started looking up locations, and getting involved with both the story, and the events. It is very inspirational, and it gives me an appreciation of what my father endured in WW2.
Very good story of something many people may not know about. Also some information about Tito and how he usurpped control of Yugoslavia and some of things about the problems the US faced during the cold war. However most is about great civilians and the soldiers they helped to rescue. Touching story of those special moments that soldiers retain forever and how governments get in the way and create future problems.
This should have been a great story, but it is scuttled by the author's penchant for inserting flashbacks that chop up the narrative, and the reader's breathless narration that resembles an old-time radio drama. I regret not agreeing with other reviewers, but I say pass this one up.
no, the narrator is terrible. first he reads as if he is talking to children. his accents for the main foreign characters like churchill and miahilovich are awful. He should stick to his normal voice. it really detracts especially for the yugoslavs starts with regular, then tries a yugoslav which ends up sounding like someone from brooklyn!
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read it from the printed text or find another narrated book.