I found this just stunning. I've read "Stalingrad" and "Berlin", and was amazed that such a huge human slaughter could remain relatively unmentioned. The novel looks at the battle from both sides, describing the major blunders made by both Hitler and Stalin, and the unbelievable casualties that followed. I've listened to many a WWII audiobook, and this is an easy 5/5.
It was very good.
I liked the way the man became the characters. He didn't read to fast or to slow.
The whole story was very good. i enjoyed listening to it.
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