Too many times these days the term hero is thrown around. This is the story of a group of true American Heros. A fast and very interesting read. I recommend it.
I can't say - didn't read the printed version.
The main character of the book, of course, Felix Sparks. The narrative focused on him, because the book was about him.
Again, Felix Sparks. This was not a fictional narrative, but a true life story.
No. I listen to audio books while commuting, and even thought this story was good, I had no issues waiting until my next travel day to continue.
Very intriguing story. Great example of leadership, and shows a part of WWII for the Allies that was largely neglected and overseen by other events. A must read for all WWII enthusiasts who want to get a full view of what happened in Europe during this time period; not just what has been popular.
This book would have been 5/5 except for the last chapter when it turns into a political hit piece. It actually makes me question the remainder of the narrative, making me wonder if the whole book was written to lend gravitas to the contemporary political point being forced at the end of the book.