One of the best books, for both content and performance, I've listened to. And I've listened to plenty.
Too many to mention in a book of such scope. It really put the key battles/moments of World War 2 into context.
Being an Australian, all the action in and around the war in the Pacific made me, finally, aware of what happened in this theatre
I thought I knew a bit about WW2. This book told how it all fitted together.A great entertaining learning experience on WW2 and why we should never let it happen again.
Yes. Listen to the historical notes at the end first. There were some scenes where I thought this is pure fiction but turned out to be based on fact. And listen to his other book the Winds of War first.
It was nothing like I thought it would be. I thought it was a war story. Whilst the Second World War and bombing of Dresden was always in the story, it took us into Billy Pilgrams' life (mind) mainly after and during the war. Great listen
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