Good book. I found myself wanting to get back to the story, particularly near the end. It ties in with the book titled "Unbroken, a tale of courage"
Yes, his other books are great
Yes and no, this book is not what I expected. I thought that it would be more about the missions, the stories of the crews; not the George McGovern story.
His performance was good
Scott Bricks reading of the story
Clive is a great author
Didn't seem up to Clives usual story line. The other Fargo books, (and his other series), all held me in suspense to the point that I could not wait to get back to them, but this one was lacking that excitement or anticipation.
Not as engrossing as Clive's other books. Was expecting more adventure.
From Clive, yes
No. Let it be.
if I could have, yes
This book is an eye opener on Lakota history. I have read books by Joseph Marshall, and they backup this book. American history dosen't even address the facts that are hidden from us. This book brings those facts out. It gives a new respect for the plains indians and questions the motives of the US Calvary.
Oh yeah, up to the usual high standards of Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala. The only problem I've found is that it is hard to put down.
Very much so
Best reader/narriator I have heard.
This book details the suffering of the men of the men trapped inside the bowels of the USS Oklahoma. This ordeal is something that neither the history books nor the Pearl Harbor survivors talk about. It is very well written.
Good book, Keeps you wanting to come back and finish it off. Really holds your attention and gets you to think about the things that are never mentioned in history books
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