yes, I would because it has a great story and it teaches us several points of view from the actors in the WW2
In 1948, in occupied Berlin, when the USSR decided to ban transit from the American-English part of occupied Berlin, in order to suppress what they called "Bribes" and this discourage what they also called Secessionist Berliners. To continue with the aid to help Germans recover their prosperity ASAP, the US-Brittish started delivering aid by airfreight, including coal, milk and other goods at great expense for almost a year, until the Soviets reopened the roads...
I bought this more than a 3 years ago and have not been able to complete the story because of the narrator effeminate accent... Arrrghhh!
No ferry tale heroes with pristine behavior, no totally bad villains, but characters with virtues and flaws, where the good ones are flawed and the bad ones are not bad at all but just the other side. We find coward heroes, fool wisemen, good harted villains, etc.
I am a fan of this saga since it started several years ago. The first book, the eye of the world was very very good and the great hunt (second book) was excellent. The saga grabbed me there and then but sadly as the saga continued the story became more and more filled with trivialities and less with exciting parts. This book however is as good as the first two, retaking the fast pace in several parts of the story and finally resolving issues that were left out or forgotten without reason. I surely hope that the next one is as good as this or better. I strongly recomend this book.
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