The story is written in a cogent manner that takes the reader (listener) through conflict of WWII in Europe while describing the broad strokes of the conflict and including details of soldiers at the personal level. The narrator does a good job of capturing the listener's attention.
The author's previous two book on WWII in the European theater are equally well written and narrated. This trilogy places WWII in Europe in an accurate and complete historical account.
Ganser is talented at subtly changing his voice and inflection to capture quotes and characters.
The book is engaging -- it makes my commute enlightening and entraining.
Must buy along with the previous two books.
The narration was really poor. The recording quality was even more poor.
Found someone else to narrate
The content is interesting.
Why would an author do this to his own book???
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