©1998 Stephen E. Ambrose, All Rights Reserved; (P)1998 Simon & Schuster Inc., All Rights Reserved; AUDIOWORKS is an Imprint of Simon & Schuster Audio Division, Simon & Schuster Inc.
"An incredible trek, and Ambrose brilliantly illuminates every mile of it." (The Tampa Tribune)
This is an excellent story that spawned the HBO miniseries (also excellent). But, LISTEN TO THE UNABRIDGED VERSION. That wasn't available when I downloaded this many moons ago.
I recently re-listened to this and I was confused by the HUGE chunks of the story that were removed from this version. There is no reason whatsoever to go with this version. We're talking about a relatively short book anyway folks.
So, nothing to see here. Just move along to the unabridged audiobook. Off you go now.
Colorful storytelling that makes you never want to push pause.
When "E" company was cut off in the Arden forest in Germany.
Description and storytelling of D-Day.
You'll fall in love in love and empathize with "E" Company
I have not read the print version, but it is better than the Kindle version.
You get to follow some of if not the best soldiers of WWII from training through Normadie and all the way to the Eagle's Nest.
It is hard to find fifteen words to answer with. He read it very well.
Again I must fill the space of fifteen words before giving my two: not really.
One two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen. Not really.
I’ve seen the HBO series and was curious about the book, the book was more direct on the battle scenes but was descriptive enough to hold your interest.
Cotter Smith did a great !
I listened while on a long drive in one sitting, captivating.
This is band of brothers..that alone makes it worth listening too. The narrator's voice is right on, it makes it so easy to listen too and "fits" the subject matter. I have had other books where the narrator didnt sound like he was the guy or girl performing the action or that he was there. This leaves the impression that the narrator was there with the soldiers. I really enjoyed this book while driving from Atlanta to Tallahassee FL. Thanks!
This is an excellent story! Stephen Ambrose makes the reader, or listener in this case, feel like they are actually one of these men. You feel all the tragedy, the fog of war, the heartbeat pounding in your ears as you run with Easy company across a field of fire. Amazing men at a terrible time in world history. This would have gotten 5 stars from me, but the narrator lacked a bit of enthusiasm in reading. I listened to this at the gym and found myself unable to turn it off after my workouts! If you've seen the HBO series, then you have to read or hear the book. It really makes the whole experience come to life.
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