“He really takes you there. This book brings that world to life in a wonderful way. He is very good on the eccentricity of it, and the madness of the war. There are so many things that we would take for granted that went out of the window in war time. It was…a world of survival. Guy is an everyman. He is just an ordinary good guy, a very sympathetic character, who finds himself in all sorts of terrible situations which are completely beyond his control…I also like the scope of the book, which takes you from Italy to England to West Africa to Crete.” Read more...
Novels and Memoirs of World War II
Military Historians & Veteran